how to route my public IP
derek at computinginnovations.com
Tue Oct 10 11:27:01 PDT 2006
This is a problem with your router's configuration. You may need better
routers, that can handle the routing of your subnet in addition to your
At 10:58 AM 10/10/2006, runlevel 3 wrote:
>hello, i'm new to this freebsd, my office has 16 public IP and divide to 4
>branch, each branch has 3 public ip's.
>my problem is, I want to make all branch connect to the main office's
>router, but what I found is, all branch is showed by the internet using one
>public IP (my main router IP) not their own Public IP. Anyone can help me
>resolve this ?
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