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Selecting NAT IP from static range

Hi folks,

I have a SRP547W which I'm trying to replicate a configuration I had on an old Cisco 847 that recently died.

My ISP has allocated me a /29. The DSL configuration means that the IP address on the PPP session is assigned randomly. I have a mix of internal devices on a private IP range and a few devices with publically accessible addresses. All of the devices on the internal network need to be NATted to a public IP from the range allocated to me.

I can see that I can use the software or hardware DMZ to set up the servers, but I can't see any way to configure the external NAT address.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Aled.

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Selecting NAT IP from static range

Aled,

I'm guessing you are referring o setting up one to one nat , so mapping several public ip address to internal private if so the SRP547W doesn't support one to one nat operation. You can contact Cisco Small Business Support Center and open a support case for more information DATA SHEETS SUPPORT NUMBERS

Jasbryan