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I want to buy IP Address (static)

i already have 16 static ips...
but my pack is very expensive... i want to go to a dynamic access pack from isp (it have 1/20 of the price!)
but from the other i want to run my Servers (one pc: with mail/ftp/web/and other) - i just want a solution like the Dynamic Dns Services of but no with a name forwarding (>dynamic ip or>dynamicip">>>dynamicip) ...

I want to buy for example and with a dynamic client runs to my pc to forward to my dynamic ip: example>mydynamicip">>>mydynamicip

is it possible - do you know anything with a small cost ?

Thanx in advance

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Hey Charlie, If you re-installed your operating system you will need to get the wireless modem driver from your dell disk. For some reason they have not included the drivers in the windows software. If you can't find it then you can go on to the Dell site(obviously on another computer) and enter your service tag and get your drivers that way.

I hope this helps

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