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Thread Starter 
Hello Guys,

Just got off the phone with BT, i have a BT Bussiness Account with 5 static IP's
Ive been trying to setup more than one IP to one device on the same NIC but this cannot be done becuase it would be the same MAC Address

So they told me that i will need a new routor to do this Could someone help me to find a routor that will support this and let me use BT and my static ips's thanks

Stephen
post #2 of 6
How much do you want to spend on a router.... Basically any half decent router will do it. A lot of the netgears have routing tables that you use to basically send information from a particular external address to an internal address...

What are you hosting as well that requires 5 IPs?
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Well ive got a Cent OS Server that is running cpanel, i have one IP connected which is fine but if i connect another the hub will not pick it up so i cannot set DMZ on it
post #4 of 6
So you want to do 1 to 1 NAT mapping?, i.e.
external IP address --> Internal IP address
65.66.67.68 --> 192.168.1.30
If 192.168.1.30 is set to the DMZ range then protocol requests would go to the server WITHOUT the lookup in your router. (i.e. a PC trying to request port 80 on a server would not need port forwarding)

But with all your IPs so you can host services on the web?

(just want to get a better understanding of what you're wanting to do.)
Edited by Kaiga - 8/22/11 at 7:03am
post #5 of 6
I use Pfsense with vmware.

For my wireless routers, I use DD-WRT or Tomato firmware.
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^^
PFSense box would work here too (don't know why this suggestion wasn't at the front of my mind.)
Grab cheap PC, load it with PFsense and install a second NIC and you should be good to go.
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