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Comcast SMC8014 router to Linksys WRT160N

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I have obtained comcast busness class with 5 fixed ip public addresses. I connected the linksys router after the smc to control my local lan. The NAT has been disabled in the smc and the linksys is set to a fixed local ip address.10.1.10.5 with the gateway of 10.1.10.1. The first ip address is available throught the DMZ. Every thing works properly with the linksys handling the NAT and wireless routing.

I want to be able to access my NAS and terminal server which are on my local lan from a one of the addtional public IP static addresses that I have from Comcast.  I am trying to keep them on the lan so that I can access them locally as well as through the internet. How do I do that routing?
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What Linksys modem are you using? What do you mean by DMS? Do you have a dedicated DMZ or you're using DMZ feature of your router in that maps an internal host to one of the IPS so that It will respond to address?

What ports do your NAS and terminal server use ?

Do you really need that much of IP's?

What are all the services you have ? What ports or portranges does it require ?

If you send these info I'll try to help you.

Cheers,
K.



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Linksys WRT160N is the linksys modem I am using. Should be DMZ of the SMC 8014 from Comcast. THis allows the second router to be mapped to the outside world with the first public static IP.

The ports are not set at this time. That I can work on that later.

Comcast sells Static IP's in blocks of 5. Will use three of those.

I mainly need the IP routing and smc setup.
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