Is there any way to do IP masquerading in a cisco router. I have a class c network of 8192 nodes. I want my ISP to recognise each request send by any node in my network as requested by only ONE IP. IS this possible?
Have your IP address to only supply you with a very limited range. If I'm wrong contact my teacher. A year and a half later and 6 months to go go, that sounds like what you need to do. OHHH, something like subnetting with a mask or what. Sounds like a basement to attic network. I don't mean to sound off like that, but I've just been thru a whole day,(after working all day), probing my teacher for this very same thing.Class A=255.0.0.0, Class B= 255.255.0.0, Class C, 255.255.255.0 .These are subnet-masks, DEfault by Class. You want 8192 subnets on your network with valid IP addresss'. No problem! 2 to the 1st power, 2 to the 2 power,ect,ect. Find your wire,range,value. Shopping Walmart did me good. Divided by X = say 188.8.131.52, or what ever as your starting address. You got it yet. I'm pressed for time, but let me know if you figured it out.
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