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Is multi static IP possible?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by asimq73, Aug 30, 2008.

  1. asimq73

    asimq73 Guest

    All,

    I'm new at this so pardon my knowledge on this matter. I have Comcast Business Cable with 5 static IP's. I've connected my WRVS4400n to the Comcast Cable. Now my question is following...

    Can I route multiple IP's (from one of the static IP) to different computers using my WRVS4400N? For instance, IP 75.xx.xx.01 to computer 192.168.1.102 and then IP 75.xx.xx.02 to computer with IP 192.168.1.103 and so on? If so, any guidance would be greatly appreciated. If not, any ideas?

    Currently instead of using dynamic connection I am using static IP and then assigning one of the 5 ip's to my router and then trying to make use of the one IP and forwarding based on port addresses. I would like to move to static IP forwarding if at all possible.

    Aachie.
     
  2. raidu360

    raidu360 Addicted to LI Member

    you can multi-home the device from within the config and setup a direct mapping to your internal devices or you need a more feature rich router.
     

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