Softether vpn can be used without static address with the vpn azure option. Can be used on any machine behind router or NAT without opening any inbound ports. If you have an openwrt based router, package is available. Doesn't even need a separate client, in built windows sstp client can connect using vpn azure. It's an extremely powerful and wonderful piece of software.
You don't need a static IP from TSBB to use a VPN. For e.g. you can subscribe to VPNs that can give a static IP. Far better than a nosey parker ISP's static IP. Only thing VPNs don't give out v6 but v4 addresses. Choose carefully and don't open up your network to IoT devices esp. video cameras that are known to fall prey to hackers. Read this How to secure your home surveillance cameras from getting hacked
I also have received static IPv6. How have you configured on your machine ?Hi,
I have subscribed to Tata Sky Broadband and asked them to activate StatiC IPv6. It was activated, they changed the IPv6 to be issued through Prefix Delegation and the router showed an assignment of a /64 prefix.
I have been automatically assigned an IP from the given range. Further, I can also see that im issued a static public routable IPv6 address.
However, I am unable to ping the same IP address from the internet ( i have disabled firewall, security settings on the router as well as windows firewall) still not able to ping. is anyone facing the same problem? Need help!!!