I need a public IP Address that should never change.
So far I found the following:
- Amazon EC2 Elastic IP Addresses
- Hetzner Failover-IPs can be reassigned to a different Hardware
How sure can I be they never change? Or are there better solutions?
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You left one option out: Go to your ISP and ask them for a fixed IP address or for a IP range. Any ISP should be able to do that. Even those who do not list it in obvious places on their web pages.
Easy. Get your own range. This is how the internet worked for ages.
I think a fixed name is more important than a fixed IP. Which means DNS.