Hi.As I am not from an English speaking country I don't know if I translated it correctly so bear with me.
Anyway I have a picture that I got from an Internet provider in which there is a point-to-point IP address range for I guess connection between our equipment and the provider's but there is also something called a directed IP route with 4 usable IP addresses but I have no idea what to use that range for.
Do I use the that range for connection to the provider or something else?
OK thanks for the fast reply.I use the point-to-point addresses to connect our equipment and directed addresses for NAT/PAT as you explained it.
Could I use those directed addresses and assign them to the 'outside' interface of a router or perhaps in the future to the outside interface of a firewall?Will something like that work or can I use them only for NAT/PAT?
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