Request a Global Static IP Address for Your mini-VSAT Broadband Account
With a Global Static IP address assigned to a computer system or router onboard your vessel, parties on shore will be able to access that computer or router directly over the Internet. The service operates by assigning unique private IP addressing to a secure computer or router on the vessel, that is then mapped to a globally unique public IP address at the Internet egress point you choose.
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Global Static IP Address Costs
|Product||Cost (USD)||Setup Fee (USD)|
|All TracPhone mini-VSAT Products and Iridium OpenPort
How Global Static IPs Work
The KVH mini-VSAT Broadband network secures each customer's global public Internet addresses by blocking any undefined inbound applications, ports, or source addresses. This block allows the KVH mini-VSAT Broadband network to provide our customers with the best and most supportable network access and removes the security threat and excessive traffic use seen on the public Internet today resulting from unwanted network traffic, scans and attacks.
The KVH network can allow inbound applications or ports, (i.e. Microsoft Remote Desktop, VNC, SSH, http/https, IPsec and many more) into your global public Internet address from specific source public Internet addresses that you provide.
Note that all applications from the vessel to the Internet will operate normally according to the terms of your service plan.
Important Deployment Procedure
In order to complete the setup process for your TracPhone® system, we will need access to your system's modem via the satellite link. Please confirm each of the following items before you complete this form:
- Your TracPhone system is turned on and stays on for 24 hours (if this poses a problem, please contact KVH Network Operations at email@example.com for deployment time)
- Your system is activated for mini-VSAT Broadband service
- Your system is connected to the Internet (the control unit shows "Online" and you are able to browse the web)