Does Zerotier eliminate need for a "routable" IP?

I want to be able to remote into another system. I currently have a static IP address at that site, but am looking at options.

Does the use of Zerotier eliminate the need for a static IP address? I hear that some ISPs, when you’re not using a static IP do not have routable IP addressed when assigned. Would using Zerotier eliminate the need?

Correct. You would not need a static IP from your ISP. You can just connect to the ZeroTier provided IP from another machine joined & authorized on the same ZeroTier network.

that’s great - thanks

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