Fixed IP Address

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This page gives you information on how to set up the connection for either of the following services, and precautions.

  • Asahi Net docomo Hikari
  • Asahi Net FTTH with FLET’S Fixed IP Address Option
  • FLET’S Hikari Next Course Fixed IP Address Option
  • FLET’S Hikari Light Family Course Fixed IP Address Option
  • B FLET’S Course Fixed IP Address Option
  • FLET’S ADSL Course Fixed IP Address Option
  • BB Entry Course Fixed IP Address Option

Connection setup

User name**1 f.Asahi Net
Password*2 Asahi Net password corresponding to the ID
Athentication PAP (B FLET’S/FLET’S ADSL)
CHAP (FLET’S Hikari Next/FLET’S Hikari Light/BB Entry)
DNS (Name)
Server address
  1. *1If you set up with the Asahi Net address, (this Asahi Net ID refers to the ID when you subscribed for the respective Fixed IP Address Option (i.e.,, a global IP address will be assigned dynamically. Be sure to use the f.Asahi Net ID in order to use a fixed IP.
  2. *2Pssword should all be entered in lowercase.
  3. *3If you have to designate the address, please enter the following:

By setting up by referring to the above using the Asahi Net ID which you subscribed for the Fixed IP Address Option, you will be able to connect with a fixed global IP address.

Please note

  • Asahi Net is blocking IP53 (Inbound Port 53). See the following for more details.

Connection setup using the FLET'S connection tool or the OS PPPoE

Before setting up

  • See the manual given by NTT East/West on how to install and use the FLET’S connection tool. If you have any questions, please contact NTT East/West.
  • In OS such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Mac OSX with PPPoE, you can connect to the internet without installing the FLET’S connection tool.
  • Use the above information to set the FLET’S connection tool or the internet connection software in an OS with PPPoE. For Windows XP, Windows Vista, choose “Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password” or "Broadband (PPPoE) connection”; for Mac OS X, place a check mark in “Show PPPoE status in menu bar”.

Connection setup of broadband router

Device precautions

  • Device which you can use should be able to explicitly set up PPPoE (PPP Over Ethernet) or PAP (Password Authentication Protocol). If you are not sure, make sure to contact the manufacturer or the distributor/seller if the device supports PPPoE and PAP.
  • However, if you are using the Hikari Next/FLET’S ADSL Entry line, please use a device which supports PPPoE and CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol).
  • Use the above information to set up your broadband router. Before setting up, please refer to the manual of your model for details.
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