Re: Applying DMZ and NAT together on a 1700 router
If I understand your problem correctly, that is you want to runa DMZ directly out of the router, it is certainly possible. Just for curiosity's sake, do you not run a firewall? This would be a better place to do NAT and you could then set up a DMZ in the area between the 1750 and the firewall. In any case, to do what you describe you will need a second ethernet interface in the 1750 for the DMZ and then you will configure a subnet for your publicly addressed server(s). Finally you will make sure you are NATing the primary inward-facing ethernet interface correctly. If you need more help with this, you can email me.
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