Hi, ok so we all know we can get a static ip on residential fibre.
If a business customer wanted to connect to something at home they could use dyndns or noip to get a hostname which updates, that's great.
However, what if someone who works in server admin is called at home occassionally to log into a server and do some admin. If that server is ip restricted, he needs a static ip to whitelist, which he doesn't have.
Is there anything like noip etc which works the other way or is dedicated ip VPN the only way?
The VPN route is the only way I can think of, just make sure the VPN doesn't change IP or servers, some hosts allow you to change location and each time your IP will change, personally I have a small VPS setup with OpenVPN and to host my email, costs me around £6 every 3 months.
The VPS allocated IP then becomes my static IP for browsing.