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How to setup private network using 2 routers with the following setup, one with ddwrt: internet modem > router > router?

I just purchased a DDWRT router with ddwrt v24 installed. Now I have a regular netgear router (R6300) that is connected to an internet cable modem. Internet Cable Modem > Netgear Router > DDWRT ...
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Two network-ranges, one gateway - Double NAT issue

I have one network 192.168.0.x which is slowly running out of IP addresses. I wanted to remedy this by creating a second network for mobile devices (192.168.1.x). The first network has a gateway of ...
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How to configure AirPort Extreme as the DHCP/DNS/NAT server where DSL modem/router does them?

I have an AirPort Extreme BS and a modem/router (ISP's NetMaster). I want to host my own websites from my Mac Mini with OS X Server. At the moment, ISP's router is the DHCP/DNS/NAT server, and AirPort ...
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Does NAT Map to the MAC Address, or to the Local IP?

I would like to set up NAT to put a service on internet using my Technicolor TG 582 router. I mention the specific router model just to have a reference, but the question goes in general as I may ...
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1:1 NAT IP address using iptables

Suppose I have 2 internal networks: 1.1.1.0/24 and 1.1.2.0/24 I would like to NAT a specific IP address from one network to the other, in which the new address would be obtained via DHCP. For ...
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domain network with DHCP + NAT

I'm configuring a virtual network on an esx server. I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 configured with these roles: - active directory domain services - DHCP server - DNS Server - Network Policy and ...
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Can I run a mix of static addressing and NAT?

Let's say that an ISP offers a plan with 5 static IP addresses, but I have more than 5 devices, many of which (such as a networked printer, for instance) I do not want or need to have a static IP ...
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How to connect wireless router to work network with NAT?

I want to connect a wireless router to my work network, but I want all the wireless clients connected to the router to appear as a single IP address to the "men in black" network admins. So I believe ...
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1answer
202 views

NAT on MAC-filtered network

My ISP (Hyperion S.A.) provides internet using a UTP cable with MAC filtering. I'm trying to set up a router so that I can connect multiple computers to the network. Most computers would connect ...
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2answers
5k views

Will disabling NAT on my wireless router cause a performance hit on my DSL router?

I have a Thomson TG508v2 router/modem and a brand new AirPort Extreme connected to it. At first, I set the AirPort Extreme to "share a public IP", which enables DHCP/NAT. Everything works great but I ...
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home network question regarding dhcp

My home network consists of a cable modem provided by the ISP, which is connected to a switch, from the switch 1 cable runs to the digital tv decoder/recorder also provided by my ISP and another cable ...
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Can DHCP and NAT co-exist?

I am using a U.S.Robotics 9108 to share ADSL Internet access via both LAN ports and WiFi. Is there a way to allow each Windows 7 PC connected to it to handle its own port forwarding needs, rather ...