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Multiple Public IP Addresses with Web Interface

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nincehelser, Aug 19, 2004.

  1. nincehelser

    nincehelser Network Guru Member

    I could have sworn quite some time ago that I saw a version of WRT54G firmware that allowed you to manage multiple public IP addresses through the web interface.

    I can't seem to find it now. Am I imagining things?

    Thanks
    George
     
  2. patrick

    patrick Network Guru Member

    Not possible

    It is not possible to have to internet ip address on one router as there is only one internet or WAN port on the router.

    You can have a multiple public ip addresses on the computer if you connect the router and computer on the LAN port and make it a switch.
     
  3. nincehelser

    nincehelser Network Guru Member

    It's possible. The WAN port can respond to more than one IP address.

    I know I can do this with non-Linksys firmware, but I'm looking for a package that has this ability with a corresponding web interface. I thought I saw one before, but maybe I'm mistaken.

    Essentially, I've got 5 public IP addresses I want to map to different machines on the inside network (all while retaining some firewall capabilities).

    I've got an old Netopia 9100 that does this now, but the hardware is starting to flake out and needs replacing. I was hoping using my WRT54G with after-market firmware would be an easy fix....and one less gadget to break in my network.

    Thanks
    George
     
  4. jasongw

    jasongw Guest

    Yes, this IS possible. There is a Belkin Wireless G router (the 54Mb version for sure, and *maybe* the 125 version but I don't know that for sure...) allows you to add multiple IP addresses and map those to your internal network.

    I wish other routers had this functionality, too.

    Jason
     
  5. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    They do, Cisco for instance. That kind of facility is more a requirement of a business class router rather than a simple home gateway ;)
     

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