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speedtouch 530 multinat

I have 2 public IPs. I want 84.xx.xx.78 to be point directly to 10.0.0.2 and I want the rest of the PCs to share 84.xx.xx.77. I have setup multinat on my router to do this. However, when i try and contact 84.xx.xx.78 from the outside it only gets as far as my router. If i went to www.whatismyip.com from 10.0.0.2 it will show 84.xx.xx.78. I assume I just need to set up some sort of route to map anything for 84.xx.xx.78 to 10.0.0.2 but I cannot seem to get it to work correctly.  Can anybody help?
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ZuG
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drev001Commented:
Most routers these days have a dmz option, this will forward all incoming traffic to a specified ip address. Look for something like this.
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drev001Commented:
Be careful with this option, not very secure. You can normally use port forwarding to forward specific tcp or udp ports. So if you just want to host a web server on the inside machine you'd just forward tcp port 80.

See this for more details:

http://www.portforward.com/alcatel/st530-portforwarding.htm
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