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I have a Cisco 1710 Router hooked up to a DSL Modem.  My public IP is static, I can ping around my internal network, DHCP seems to be working fine, and I can even ping out to the internet from my router.  Problem is, I can't get traffic from any of my PCs out to the internet.  I'll list my configs for e0 and fa0 along my my configured route below...what am I missing!?!?  I'm a realive novice at IOS, so please bear with me!

interface Ethernet 0
 ip address xx.xx.xx.xx 255.255.255.128    #--The xx.xx.xx.xx here is my static IP
 half-duplex

interface FastEthernet 0
 ip address 192.168.1.254 255.255.255.0
 speed 100
 full-duplex

ip classless
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 xx.xx.xx.xx   #-- The xx.xx.xx.xx here is my first hop, or ISP gateway

Any help would be VERY much appreciated, and I'll be glad to post more of my config if needed.  

THANKS!!!

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That worked, partially.  I have two machines on my home network, and only one can get out.  Any ideas?
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You want to configure the router to issue DHCP addresses (or you could just statically assign them - it's only 2).  You want to configure the NAT so that everything inside hides behind the outside IP.
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I'd actually already tried the static thing, but it didn't work either.
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Would you paste in the following command results here:

show ip int
show ip route
show run
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Got it figured...thanks for all your help!
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