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Mehariw, eventually down
the line, if you want an "ISP" or not, you will likely need a service provider that
plugs you into the net. You can't just lease a line and wait for the bytes to trickel
If you don't want an ISP persey, you could get an upstream provider, which
is generally like a phone company to handle your internet. You would lease an IP
from them at the same time.
If you don't want to get it from them for some silly
reason, you can lease them from one of the IP Address supporting organizations of
ICANN. They are very expensive, and are not guaranteed to be routable form everywhere.
I live in North America, so I would use arin, but if you are in Europe or Asia, etc..
This company will be different.
So, unless you are rich and you just NEED to have
your own IP blocks, go to Arin, etc.. But if not, just get an upstream provider to