Option Packs are available with the following Internode broadband services:
Option Packs are not available with:
You can only have one Option Pack with your Internode broadband service at a time. Specifically, you can have:
Easy Broadband, Easy Naked, Easy Reach, and Easy Bundle ADSL2+ services allow unmetered uploads when a Power Pack or Business Pack has been added. Additionally, no over quota shaping is applied to uploads on these services when a Power Pack is applied.
Unmetered uploads are not available on NBN Fibre, NBN Wireless, or Fibre to the Premises services.
Option packs are available regardless of whether you are a residential, business, or other type of customer - simply choose what you need!
However, we encourage business customers to select the Business Pack option for the priority support and other business-related features.
New Customers can add an Option Pack as part of signing up for a new broadband service.
Existing Customers can request an Option Pack through the Online Plan Changer.
The Power Pack costs an extra $10 per month, while the Business Pack costs an extra $30 per month. This is additional to the monthly charges for your broadband plan.
There are no once-off charges to add, remove, or change your Option Pack.
Just like a plan change, the Option Pack takes effect from your next plan roll-over date.
If you have a Power or Business Pack, submit a support request to request your power.on.net or on.net subdomain. All subdomains are subject to approval by Internode and are non-transferable.
If you have a Business Pack, submit a support request to request your /29 IP subnet.
Existing Internode Business ADSL customers changing to a current plan with a Business Pack will retain their current IP subnet (if any).
There is no change to your IPv6 address with a Power Pack or Business Pack - if IPv6 is enabled, you will continue to receive a static /56 IPv6 prefix via DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation. See our IPv6 page for more information.
Yes, if you have a Power Pack or a Business Pack, simply submit a support request with the details of your desired Reverse DNS/PTR and we'll set it up at no extra charge.=
On supported services, you can obtain a dynamic IPv4 address at any time by altering your login details in your modem/router.
Change the login username from:
(Add "dynamic." after the @ symbol)
For more information about configuring your modem/router see our Support Guides.
Note: This feature is not supported on NBN HFC or NBN FTTC services.
We have separate IP address 'pools' for dynamic IP addresses, Power Pack static IP addresses, and Business Pack static IP addresses.
If you are an existing Internode broadband customer and have changed your plan to include an Option Pack, then:
Please note that your static IP address assignment may change in the following circumstances:
The Internode network firewall is turned on by default for all dynamic IP services.
It is turned off by default for all static IP services - that is, services with a Power or Business Pack.