DSL IP translations

I have an adsl connection. I receive my IP dynamically. I use a cisco 678. Is there a way with a 678 to set up an access list or conduit translation so someone from the public side can access my private side .


Basically i don't want to pay the $10 a month for static so i can host unreal tournament games.
slotzAsked:
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slotzConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
didn't have much luck with the dynip. I figured it out though. by setting the "NAT inside IP" to the ip of your pc you are basically routing from the dynamip ip assigned to the 678 to the ip of your pc. It works great. and it also doesn't matter if the ISP changes the IP they assign you.

the command on the 678 is "set nat entry add inside xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx"

Thanks for the input
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adownsCommented:
I run dynip which costs $40/year. Basically it runs in your system tray and send updated to the dynip servers that forward requests from the address you register (www.domain.dynip.com) to your real IP whatever it may be. Been running it for about 2 years now and its great!!
http://www.dynip.com
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