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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Mar 18, 2006.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hi all,
    I recently purchased a WAG54G ADSL gateway to connect to my ISP. The ISP provides me with a range of static IP addresses.

    The one set on the gateway to connect to Internet is 203.125.107.246

    The range of addresses given are 203.125.88.1 to 8 and I use 203.125.88.8 for the mail server and FTP. This address has been registered.

    My question is how do I route the traffic dedicated for 203.125.88.8 via the gateway ?

    and vice verca.

    Stephan
     
  2. bluebox

    bluebox Network Guru Member

    These are intranal addresses but are assigned by the ISP? I don't get it?

    Anyway, 203.125.88.8 per your specs is an internal network address - it can not route outside your internal network. If you have servers outside your network that you need to connect to through your router, they must be assigned IP addresses ioutside your internal subnet.
     
  3. bluebox

    bluebox Network Guru Member

    ...unless these are Internet routable addresses and you're talking about seeing your mail server from another point on the Internet?
     
  4. jgutz20

    jgutz20 Network Guru Member

    i believe he's saying his ADSL ISP gives him 8 IP's and he wants to be able to seperate the IP's to specific Servers or services, am i right?
     
  5. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    tbh i dont think the WAG54G would handle any more than 1 IP external and personally i would use something better than a WAG54G to handle a DMZ for your servers
     

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