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IP Passthrough problem

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is there any way you can set up on the router(Netopia 3347NWG) more then on IP Pass through i allready got my security cameras set up on one passtrought so i can access them remotely but the router wont let me select to devices to have the public ip address i need my desktop computer to also have the public ip address

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Edited by fastdudez28, 24 October 2007 - 03:51 PM.

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if you've only got ONE public IP address...then you can't translate out multiple internal IP's directly to that external IP...

you COULD do port forwarding for multiple internals to a single external....since port forwarding only translates traffic destined for a specific port not the entire IP range
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