Multiple static public IPs on external interface?

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    ttrepper
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    Hi all,

    I have an internet service provider into which I am dialing in via DSL and which routes 5 static public IP’s to my interface.

    Can I handle this setup in zeroshell?

    Thanks a lot,

    Thomas

    #52761

    NimaahPotts
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    Yes you can handle the zero shell with the current internet services you are using. Because I am doing the same thing.

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    ttrepper
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    Hi NimaahPotts,

    thanks a lot for answering and I am happy that it will work. My question is: what do I have to setup? I have started zeroshell once from the LiveCD but I did not find any way to declare several static IPs.

    How is the connection thworking with this setup? Is it balanced or failover?

    Thanks a lot,
    Thomas

    #52763

    continuous
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    @ttrepper wrote:

    Hi NimaahPotts,

    thanks a lot for answering and I am happy that it will work. My question is: what do I have to setup? I have started zeroshell once from the LiveCD but I did not find any way to declare several static IPs.

    How is the connection thworking with this setup? Is it balanced or failover?

    Thanks a lot,
    Thomas

    Not sure if you have solved this Thomas, but I believe that when you setup your ISP, either he will give you an ip address with a subnet mask to reflect the addresses you have, or you have to configure that when you configure the ISP details on zeroconf.

    As far as I know, load balance and Failover relate to multiple WANs not multiple address on the WAN – I could be wrong though….

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