how utilize several IP's on one line
noc at hdk5.net
Fri Mar 23 18:03:50 UTC 2007
> David Banning wrote:
>> I just spoke with my DSL supplier and they said that they could give
>> me 5 IP addresses with a DSL line.
>> I am used to only one IP address per phone line - how are the other
>> IP addresses from the same DSL line utlilized and routed to different
> one per phone line? that doesnt make sense. Do they expect you to have
> 5 phone lines?
> The router they supply you will be responsible for directing traffic
> to the different IPs.
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5 IP's on one line is likely to be an ATM/DSL circuit.
You have a gateway at the isp and then 5 allocated IP's at your side
using a switch or router at your side. You also have a broadcast IP and
a Net IP to configure.
If you get this I can give you a how to that worked here at our noc. The
usual confic gives you 768/768 speed. We find this works ok.
email me at noc at hdk5.net if you need a "how to" so you'll know what you
are getting into.
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