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LAN SET UP WITH PUBLIC IP

By eltawil ·
Lets Suppose, I have a simple internet with router dlink DIR-615 Or TPlink i dont know how to disable nat at first,I have got some of the IPs from the ISP side, which I am trying to use with my all 5 computers to remote access, which are as follows.....
65.45.12.16
wan port Ip 65.45.12.17
65.45.12.18
65.45.12.19
65.45.12.20
65.45.12.21
wan port Gateway IP: 65.45.12.22
65.45.12.23
if i put this ip inside lan it will work even i cant disable nat in my routers or what i can do
plz help for CONFIGURATION....Thnx

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Uh, there is no NAT when you do that.

by seanferd In reply to LAN SET UP WITH PUBLIC IP

As you have directly assigned public IPs to each computer behind the router.

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gateway mode vs router mode

by CG IT In reply to LAN SET UP WITH PUBLIC IP

while I'm not familiar with that dlink model[or dlink for that matter], many consumer level routers have 2 modes gateway and router.

Gateway mode provides NAT and firewall services.

router mode does not provide NAT or firewall services.

But why even have a router. If you have been assigned a block of addresses on your connection, simply use a switch.

you are directly connected to your ISP network using public routable addresses so you really don't need a router.

Consumer level routers simply provide NAT services so that many computers can share a single connection [and single public address].

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