I have a client located in a rural area where they are using the ISP Xplornet, it's a wireless/satellite type of internet connection.
After initial setup, We where able to have access to the site remotely, but it was extremely slow. So the client upgraded their service with them and now we cannot access it anymore.
We have gone back to site, but we just cannot seem to get through remotely. After doing some digging, it looks like the upgraded connection is using the 4G/LTE network and that they have created a private network for their WAN before it goes wild on the internet, so a double NAT.
I have been looking at getting them a static IP as my understanding is if you do so, this particular ISP then bridges you directly instead of being in that private WAN network.
The question is, is there a way around this without them paying extra monthly for this static IP (and bridging)
*Please let me know if the question isn't clear or missing info.