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Re: Set Up a server using Public IP Addresses on debian



I wanna run DNS and Web Servers
my ISP give to me a following IP:

Router IP 41.134.19.89
Network Mask 41.134.19.88 255.255.255.248
Broadcast Address 41.134.19.95
Network Address 41.134.19.88
WAN IP Range 41.134.19.88/29

and another public IP as follow allocated to me :
41.134.19.90
41.134.19.91
41.134.19.92
41.134.19.93
41.134.19.94

It is my first time to use a public IP on the private network



On 6/7/11, Camaleón <noelamac@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 07 Jun 2011 20:28:23 +0200, Christian Simo wrote:
>
>> Please I got an internet with 6 fixed IP addresses, one on my cisco
>> router and another 5 that I want to use them as  IP addresses for my
>> servers on my LAN so that those servers can be accessible on internet
>> side.
>>
>> Want I tried to configure, it don't connect to internet!
>
> Those configurations tend to be very ISP specific.
>
> We also get some static IPs from ourISP and have configured it to be
> public and accesable from Internet using the FTTH router capabilities
> ("nated" routing) but YMMV *a lot*.
>
> The more details you provide about your devices and setup (what kind of
> services do you want to be routed to your local lan, e.g., a web server,
> e-mail server...?), the better.
>
> Greetings,
>
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> Camaleón
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