I want to add two or more wan ip's?

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by Tupac_Shakur, Nov 25, 2004.

  1. Tupac_Shakur

    Tupac_Shakur Network Guru Member

    I use cable, the ip's aren't static.

    I want to use two ips on wan, have nat on the first one, second one with no nat on it.

    is this possiblewith hyperwrt?
  2. dankim831

    dankim831 Network Guru Member

    i'd be interested in this as well

    i've seen how to do this with static ips but i only have dynamic from cable company.

    is there anyway to route the dynamic ips from the wan into the lan?

  3. 4Access

    4Access Network Guru Member

    This is just a guess, but I'd say with HyperWRT probably not, with Sveasoft Alchemy maybe. (It's supposedly going to be freely available to the public by Dec 1)

    I know you can configure multiple static IP addresses for the WAN port but I've never heard of getting two DHCP addresses for the WAN port so I don't know if that's possible via some VLAN trickery or not...

    On the other hand I know I have read posts in the Sveasoft forums about using VLANS to setup a LAN port as a 2nd WAN port which could probably get you what you want but would require using a hub between the cable modem and the 2 WAN ports, not to mention being quite tricky to setup I imagine.

    If I were you I'd register an account over at the Sveasoft forums and start doing some searching. (Read access is free, you just won't be able to post, or so I'm told.)

    Good luck, let us know if you get something working!
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