Aliased ip's and DHCP
javvee at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 11:03:03 UTC 2007
The ips are form a /23 (or possibly a /22) subnet.
I'm going to contact my isp and ask if I may have static addresses,
but I think it is unlikley w/o some heightened monthly fee.
I have considered the "get more nics" solution, however, it would be
nice to solve it using only one cable.
Thanks // Jav
On Nov 13, 2007 11:43 AM, Simon Hobson <dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk> wrote:
> Javier Ubillos wrote:
> >I'm using an ISPwho's (amazingly) limiting bandwidth per IP (and not
> >per port/NIC).
> >At home I'm using a linuxbox as a router/firewall for the other
> >computers, and the ISP gives me 5 IP's
> >Now I'd like to make use of these IPs.
> >The IPs are assigned via DHCP and I only have (/want to use) one NIC.
> I'm guessing that the 5 IPs you have are part of a /29 subnet - with
> the other 3 accounted for by the subnet, broadcast, and router
> addresses. If this is the case, then you also almost certainly have
> fixed address and should be able to just configure them statically.
> One other (sledgehammer) approach I can think of might be to stick a
> few extra ethernet cards in the machine !
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