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Multiple Static IP Address on Single DSL

Multiple Static IP Address on Single DSL

Multiple Static IP Address on Single DSL

(OP)
Just a small question; I have DSL and I want to have multiple IP addresses on the single line.  I understand the subneting and such of networking what I don't understand is how does the DSL modem assign the ip addresses?  For example, if I get 2 statics on the one DSL line, what kind of equipment do I need?  I will be using PAT on both static IPS or use one for internal internet access and the other for a web server.

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RE: Multiple Static IP Address on Single DSL

(OP)
Nevermind, found the answer.  Here it is:

Basically, take a switch with the amount of ports as IP address.  Then plug your routers / computers / servers that you wish to have an outside static IP address.  Manually configer all the devies connected to the switch with one of the static IP addresses.  Simple!

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