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Creating some static routes with DD-WRT

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Hey guys,

I have 5 IPs available to me and would like to get my router configured to map / bind some LAN addresses to the WAN.

I just flashed my router (Cisco E2500) and now have DD-WRT running on it. I set up the initial static IP just fine.

What I'm trying to figure out is, how can I map specific LAN IPs to specific static WAN IPs?

For example:

all DHCP clients (192.168.1.50-100) - WAN IP1 (configured fine)
static 192.168.1.101 - WAN IP2
static 192.168.1.102 - WAN IP3
static 192.168.1.103 - WAN IP4
static 192.168.1.104 - WAN IP5
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