- Service may be activated or cancelled at any time
- Public Static IPs are only available to Ground Control BGAN SIM card
- All incoming initiated traffic to the BGAN is BLOCKED by default. A whitelist of IP address is required if remote access is needed
- BGAN Public-Static IP addresses are global and may be used anywhere the terminal is located.
To purchase a Public-Static IP for your BGAN, email or call us, or complete the form at the bottom of this page and we’ll contact you.
Other Interesting BGAN Facts:
BGAN APNs (Access Point Name) route data traffic from the BGAN terminal to different servers on the BGAN Network.
When configuring a BGAN terminal as shown above on a browser interface (or one may use the BGAN Launchpad), one or more APNs may be added to the terminal. APNs are assigned to each active connection. BGAN active connections are also called “PDP Contexts” or Packet Data Protocol Contexts described next.
PDP Contexts (Packet Data Protocol) are a single active data connections through the BGAN terminal. You can consider PDP Contexts to be similar to IP addresses… each connected device will have one. If there were two devices connected to the terminal, there would be two active PDP Contexts (and two IP addresses). PDP Contexts are used by BGAN to define if the connection is static or dynamic (DHCP), the QoS (Quality of Service) of the connection, the APN to be used, relaying the IMSI SIM Card number and relaying security settings information.
On receiving the Activate PDP Context message from the BGAN terminal, the UMTS/BGAN network checks the subscription record to establish whether the request is valid. If the request is valid, a virtual connection is established between the terminal and the UMTS/BGAN core network and data transfer can then take place between the terminal and the external data network.