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Need help configuring Netopia 3347 with multiple static IPs

My model is Netopia-3000 Netopia Model 3347-02 AnnexA High-Power Wireless DSL Ethernet Managed 4 port Switch. Software: 7.6.1r7

I have a static (sticky) IP range from ATT

NETWORK  xx.xx.xxx.160
RANGE xx.xxx.xxx.161-65  
DG xx.xx.xxx.166
BCAST xx.xx.xxx.167
SM 255.255.255.248

How do I configure the device (NAT) so I can use multiple IPs on the network so I can have .162 for my webserver and 163 for my mail server

I also noticed that I don't have the Expert Mode in the web interface. Is that needed? Do I need to upgrade the firmware to Ent Firmware?

Thank you
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I think that router uses a command screen via telnet to manage the modem. That is how my Netopia 3387 works.  From there you can check the firmware and upgrade from there. The most recent firmware for this model is 8.5.1 R4.

I do what you wish at a client but I use a Netscreen firewall. The settings for this are in the policy area for Netscreen.

The comparable settings are firewall filters in Netopia. Look in:
http://www.netopia.com/support/hardware/3347went.html
for the various documents, particularly the section entitled  Configuring Firewall Filters.

... Thinkpads_User
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piotrmikula108Author Commented:
do you have little bit more info or a link to the page where I can download the firmware update?

I just found on Motorola's website that

You have reached the Motorola feature upgrade page for Netopia products.

Motorola is no longer offering these services. Please check our current products for the features you are looking for at www.motorola.com/consumers.

hmmmm....

I have access to the router via telnet though

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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Click on the link I gave you. It is working for me (and yes, I know Motorola took over Netopia).

If that doesn't work, go to www.netopia.com, it will show you a Motorola page, click on Support, then you see a picture of your router, click on the picture, and your router is under the 3300-ENT series, and in there under Wireless Enterprise models. You should be able to find it and Motorola is still selling these 3300-ENT routers.

Yes, I am pretty sure about the telnet part.

... Thinkpads_User
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piotrmikula108Author Commented:
I got my router off eBay, after reading this info:

When you purchased the Business Class upgrade for your router, you should have received an email from Netopia with a feature key code. Once this key has been installed, you will then be able to upgrade the router to the 8.x business class firmware.

I guess it means I can't upgrade?

Do I need 8.xx version to have the Expert Mode?

sorry, I'm new to Netopia router, thanks for being patient

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piotrmikula108Author Commented:
isn't my device the non ENT one?

this is output from the home page of the router

Hardware       Netopia Model 3347-02 AnnexA High-Power Wireless DSL Ethernet Managed Switch

if so there is no update to 8.5 for this router

http://www.netopia.com/equipment/upgrades/fmw_rel.html#
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
There are features in the Netopia router that are hardware upgrades and you must purchase these. The Motorla site does say the hardware upgrades are not available.

 However, I think you can still upgrade firmware. I do that with my Netopia router and I have no features.  You can try calling Motorola support (will cost you in long distance, I think). Also, to upgrade firmware, you need a TFTP server. You can do this for free from Solar Winds. Again, I have done that and it works.

You should be able to telnet into the router and see if you can see the firmware version.

If you run into a black hole here, consider the Netscreen 5GT firewall. It will do what you want (although you will need good techical expertise to access it and set up the firewall).
... Thinkpads_User


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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Hmm, yes, I just found the non-ENT model and the highest firmware for the one you have looks like 7.5.0 R1 . This is a pretty old router, so far as I can see and it may be worth considering a different solution. I had a 3387 that I took out of service because it was aging and out of support. .... Thinkpads_User
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