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How to use 2 WAN IPs

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by EBAL, Jan 1, 2006.

  1. EBAL

    EBAL Network Guru Member

    I can pull-in 2 WAN IPs from my ISP. I am currently using only 1 WAN IP via a wired Netgear router. I want to use the 2nd WAN IP with my WRT54G. How can I do this without using an external hub/switch?

    Can I do this:

    ADSL modem --> Netgear (with DMZ/port forwarding enabled) --> WRT54G

    Will enabling DMZ allow the WRT54G to pull in the 2nd WAN IP?

    Thanks!
     
  2. xrattiracer

    xrattiracer Network Guru Member

    that solution may work. however it would be alot easier just to buy a cheap switch and hook them both up.
     

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