I have a block of static IP addresses (eg. 211.11.111.n / n+1 / ...), how can i set them up. Or at least one of them, I need one to be pointing at a server.
More specifically, in my network connected to the router there are 3 Desktops (counting the server), my laptop, a wired printer and a NAS. Preferably I would prefer if the network stayed the same but the server could be accessed from outside of the network.
Am using Linksys WAG160Nv2, I also have a netgear DG834G. Advise on either is well appreciated.
When i talk about about a block of IP adresses i mean like 211.11.202.n / n+1 / n+2 / ....
Additionally the internet I use is ADSL with encapsulation PPPoA.
As MaQleod answered;
You can set up your router with 1-1 NAT and essentially NAT a single public IP directly to a single private IP for each device you want public. This will allow you to have your devices networked and will allow them to be firewalled.
The above is what am trying to find out how to do with the routers i have, preferably the Linksys one.