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how to add wan ip's in your dhcp

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by Ofloo, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. Ofloo

    Ofloo Network Guru Member

    i have a cidr /29 of ip's that's about 5 usable ips, .. now so i set the dhcp server to the first usable ip and enabled dhcp and disabled NAT but when i go on the net for some reason some sites do not work properly and some do...

    when i enable NAT it works again but then my ip's become unreachable and when i browse the net i get my NAT a specific ip not the one that is assigned to me... by the dhcp

    Does anyone know what i am doing wrong?
     
  2. charlesborner

    charlesborner Network Guru Member

    With NAT on, the device itself is grabbing just ONE IP address. Then dynamically assigning non-routable addresses to the machines behind it.

    If you're pulling a different IP address than the ones assigned to you, you need to talk to your provider. It may be that they have you misconfigured on their end.
     

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