Handling multiple static IPs assigned via PPPoE

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Qix2k, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. Qix2k

    Qix2k Network Guru Member

    Hi, I have a 5-static ip DSL account through SBC, and would like to take advantage of all of the IP addresses assigned to me. Right now, I have a SpeedStream 5100 DSL modem in bridge mode, and my WRT54G plugged into that with its connection type set to PPPoE. It gets one of the 5 ips for itself just fine.

    Is it also possible to set up my WRT54G so that machines plugged into it can get their own unique static IPs as well? Somehow map the static IPs to LAN IPs? Right now it looks like all the machines are being NAT'ed, thus we share the same single IP address as the router to the world, which would be a big waste of our money...

    Other forums (e.ghere) have recommended other routers that have the feature I'm looking for, but I was hoping I could use my existing Linksys router to do the job, with the help of some aftermarket firmware. Is this nto possible?
  2. Qix2k

    Qix2k Network Guru Member

    I've answered my own question here
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