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Static IP on DHCP configuration

By marlond ·
We have 4 IP's from our service provider, to 20 the 16 is used by router, we use NAT, workstations use the addressing scheme provided by DHCP from my win2k server.
now I need to have a pc configured with a static IP, I used and connected the computer directly to the router but I stil cannot go out???
how can I acomplish this?? I dont need this computer to communicate with my LAN I just need to have access to the internet using one of the provided static IP's, I need to access this pc from outside.
how can I do it?

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by juanc1 In reply to Static IP on DHCP configu ...

try to configure host mapping or ip mapps

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by elliotal In reply to Static IP on DHCP configu ...

Have you checked that the default gateway for the static system is setup correctly?

What sort of router did you attach it to?

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by CG IT In reply to Static IP on DHCP configu ...

With the computer you want seperate access connected directly to a port on the router, your configuration would look something like this:

the TCP/IP properties should be configured with something like this: IP 192.168.x.x. submask default gateway IP address of router. DNS DNS server IP address from your ISP

Internet explorer [if you use it] is usually configured with autodetect AND proxy server boxes UNCHECKED.

if you have all this try rebooting your computer. the TCP/IP settings for the NIC might take a reboot to get it going.

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by Rasman In reply to Static IP on DHCP configu ...

What type of router are we talking about here? Can you send the configuration?

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