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FTTC Router that supports multiple IP addresses

CrashM85
Dabbler
Posts: 10
Registered: 05-04-2008

FTTC Router that supports multiple IP addresses

Hi,
Can any one reccomend a cheap router that supports Multiple IP addesses (either by diableing nat or using one-to-one nat)?
The DG834 did it nicely (and probibly still could if i could work out a way to dig around in the firmware to change the wan port).
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CrashM85
Dabbler
Posts: 10
Registered: 05-04-2008

Re: FTTC Router that supports multiple IP addresses

If anyone wants to know Windows 2003 Routing and Remote access makes a good PPPOE router with the ability map Multiple External IP Addresses to internal ones.
millsdon
Grafter
Posts: 47
Registered: 01-04-2012

Re: FTTC Router that supports multiple IP addresses

Are you on a business FTTC tariff? I asked for a couple of static Ip's on my new FTTC connection (fibre extra) and was told I couldn't have it.
CrashM85
Dabbler
Posts: 10
Registered: 05-04-2008

Re: FTTC Router that supports multiple IP addresses

I have had these IPs for years and yes it's a business tarrif.
knowdice
Grafter
Posts: 328
Registered: 25-04-2008

Re: FTTC Router that supports multiple IP addresses

All the Zyxel routers I have used (ADSL & Cable) have done this...
Disable NAT and allocate the same IP (your WAN default router address) to both the LAN and WAN interfaces...strange but it works.