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WAN IP addressing help

Desperately seeking help with wan ip addressing..

Pls email me at iconz_84@hotmail.com..

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Re: WAN IP addressing help

If you post your problem here....more number of "brains" will try to help you........so why dont you please go ahead and tell us what help you want related to wan ip addressing ?

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Re: WAN IP addressing help

so here's the problem... hope u guys can help...

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Re: WAN IP addressing help

so here's the problem... hope u guys can help...

Re: WAN IP addressing help

You can use any ip addressing schem within your private network (frame-relay, isdn, lan). At HQwest make sure that you configure nat so that the private address is translated to the public IP assigned to you.

On the ISDN link and Frame-relay link you can use one subnet each with a /30 mask (since only 2 host addresses are required).

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Re: WAN IP addressing help

Thanks for the help. But I think i made a mistake in the diagram..

So here's the real diagram.

Re: WAN IP addressing help

Hi,

You will need 3 class Cs for each of the LAN at west, south, and east. (/24 mask). You can choose this from the private RFC1918 address space. (10,172.16 or 192.168). On the wan links you can use a subnet with 2 hosts (/30 mask).

Hope that helps!

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