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NAT routing with a Linksys WRT54G2

mrmyth
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I have a WRT54G2 Linksys router and I want to do some NAT routing to accommodate a web server and a server. I have static IPs. Is there a way I can do NAT routing with this simple of a router?
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Hello!

Check out this link: http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Linksys/WRT54G2/HTTP.htm

It will show you how to forward the Web Server/HTTP port.
Director, SD-WAN Solutions
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If your adventurous you can put dd-wrt on it. Works great.
Aaron TomoskyDirector, SD-WAN Solutions

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If your adventurous you can put dd-wrt on it. Works great.

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Port forwarding is helpful but can I route my different static ip addresses?
You can route to your local ip address you NOT the same port.

Fox example, lets say that your local subnet is 192.168.1.0.

You can forward port 80/HTTP to the IP Adress: 192.168.1.15
and also
You can forward port 21/ftp to the IP Address: 192.168.1.10

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I want to forward two different WAN addresses to two different LAN addresses. I have 5 WAN static ips.
are the two local ip address in diferrent segments? like 192.168.1.xxx and 196.170.5.xxx??

If that's the case i dont know you can accomplish that.
Aaron TomoskyDirector, SD-WAN Solutions

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Stock firmware can't do multiple wan ips.

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So what about Sage's idea of dd-wrt?
Aaron TomoskyDirector, SD-WAN Solutions

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That's me. I like my idea. :)

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I like it too. Doesn't have an easy to use GUI?
Aaron TomoskyDirector, SD-WAN Solutions

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Yea, pretty simple. The only thing I've ever used cli for is vlans.
Use the virtual server menu

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Thanks