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How to describe a network which is behind the router so it can be visible from the Internet. How to do it if my router is CISCO or Linux server?
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by:superschlonz
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What exactly do you want to do ?
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by:The--Captain
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On either platform:

ip route <arguments>

In other words, please clarify your original question.

-Jon

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by:CyberGod
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My connection behind the router is LAN with 132 computers. Is it posible if the local network is having
a class C network addresses (192.16.8.X.X) to visible from the internet if the router is Linux with
or without NAT enable?
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The--Captain earned 200 total points
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The short answer - no.

Long answer:  Even if you have as many public addresses as you do RFC1918 addresses so you could NAT 1:1, you would still find that NAT/masquerading breaks some protocols, so if you mean "as visible as a directly connected host could be", than the answer is no.  If you are completely aware of everyone who might want to connect to you, then you could ask them to establish tunnels/VPNs, etc with the proper routing between yourself and them, and then they could certainly consider your RFC1918 network "fully visible", so in that case, the answer could be yes.

-Jon

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by:CyberGod
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Jon, can you give me some more information about establishing tunnels/VPNs, with the proper
routing between my local network and outside world.
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by:The--Captain
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Yes, but I need much more info.  

Do you have public IP space?
What is your address range?
With whom do you wish to conecct, and with what services?
What network services do you wish to provide to others?

Please clarify,
-Jon
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