"Splitting" IP addresses?

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    spdone1
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    Maybe this will sound like a dumb question, but I’m not understanding how to do this – or if it can
    be done with Zeroshell at all.
    My ISP has provided me with 4 static public IP addresses to host web sites on. But all 4 are carried in on one ethernet cable…I want(need?) to split the 4 and route them to 4 computers.
    It doesn’t matter to me if the 4 computers retain the 4 public IP’s or if they get internal (192.168
    style) IP’s on the internal network.

    Can this be done, if so, how?

    Thanks,
    spdone1

    #45012

    marcin
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    Put 2 network cards in box where you have zeroshell installed.
    Give one of that cards IP from ISP list and ip from your local LAN to the second card (eg 192.168.0.1). Define Default Gateway in zeroshell and start NAT service (choose interface connected to your ISP).

    Good luck.

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