Im running a 1721 router and an AP350 aironet access point.
The 1721 is set up with NAT to map a series of static external IP addresses to internal IP addresses which are then assigned to my home servers. One static IP address is given to the AP350 which then passes out IP addresses to its clients using DHCP.
I connect to the AP350 for day to day surfing using my laptop.
My query is that I'm also connecting my x-box to the AP350, however I have the 'moderate NAT' problem.
Im therefore going to give the X-box a static IP and put it behind a DMZ.
I know how to do the former, but not the latter. Attached is my running-config for the AP350.
Im going to change the DHCP range so that the x-box has a static IP of say 192.168.0.11. DHCP will then dish out everything past that.
How then would I put 192.168.0.11 into the DMZ ??