Starlink Satellite Internet Service and Indigo Reflector

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Sat Mar 20, 2021 12:35 pm
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Starlink Satellite Internet Service and Indigo Reflector

I support a number of clients in remote locations. A particular client has had AT&T LTE as the ISP and without port forwarding the Indigo Reflector functionality has worked quite well. He will be getting Starlink internet service later this year. Can anyone share their experience with Starlink and Indigo Reflector?

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Sun Mar 21, 2021 2:57 pm
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Re: Starlink Satellite Internet Service and Indigo Reflector

I don't have an answer (haven't heard of anyone trying it yet), but I'm definitely interested in hearing how well it works. I did read about someone using SSH tunnels to get around the fact that Starlink uses CGNAT IP addressing. If that works (based on the article it did), then Indigo's reflectors should also work since they use a similar technique based on creating an SSH tunnel. But I'd love to hear report(s) of it working in the field.

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Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:10 pm
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Re: Starlink Satellite Internet Service and Indigo Reflector

I have Starlink ordered. I will try to use the reflector and report back. I don't use the reflector at this time, but might have to in my remote off-grid cabin that I'm in the process of setting up.

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