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June 22, 2006, 5:22 am
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Re: Multiple Static IP
If you have to ask ....
Given how much information is missing in this question, you likely need
to find someone local to you to help.
Bridged or routed?
How big a block?
How many computers get exposed directly vs 1 to 1 NAT vs 1 to many NAT?
And very likely someone needs you to answer the "why" of the last
question to make sure you aren't making a big mistake.
Figure $150 or so for a decent router. (But I'm making a LOT of
assumptions here based on lack of real knowledge.) More depending on
features. Less if you don't really need "several Static IP addresses".
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