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NAT Setup

NAT Setup

NAT Setup

3Com tech support had me setup my 511u Office Connect Router

NAT: Enabled
Trans own address: Disabled
NAT Masqueraded Network:
NAT Masqueraded Mask:

This does not work to let me designate a single IP
address in my LAN to work with the Router IP Address assigned to me by my ISP.  I had no trouble setting the
same thing up at another location using a Bay Nortel router. Can someone point me in the right direction here?  Can the 511u NAT be used to let those on the Internet access a single IP address within my LAN?

Steve (BanjoNut)

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