Cisco 1200 Ap

Hi I have a router with no Nat.

Public ip's are available on that router, can I configuration 1200 Ap with public ip but then Ap will assign internal ip's to clients .

If yes how can I do it?
ammartahir1978Asked:
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Craig BeckCommented:
The router is not doing NAT but it is still doing routing, however DHCP is not dependant on routing.

DHCP can still be configured to give IP addresses.  You should create a DHCP scope on the router which includes the Public IP addresses you have been assigned.


For example, if your router has IP address 216.54.2.12 on its WAN (internet) interface, and you have been assigned 5 public IP addresses (86.34.5.1 - 86.34.5.5) you would create a DHCP scope which includes those addresses and configure the LAN interface on the router with one of those addresses.
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Craig BeckCommented:
The AP is a bridge, so the router will be able to assign public IPs to the wireless clients using its built-in DHCP server.
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ammartahir1978Author Commented:
But router is configured with NO NAT , how will it assign internal ip's to clients???

Thanks
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