Hi, I've just purchased an Asus RT-N66U router and am trying to configure my multiple IP addresses

  blizeH 19:14 05 Feb 14
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Hi,

I've just purchased an Asus RT-N66U router and am trying to configure my multiple IP addresses (I have a block of 8, or rather 5 usable IPs)

On my previous router I ran the following:

:ip ipadd intf=LocalNetwork addr=IP4/29 addroute=enabled

:ip ipadd intf=LocalNetwork addr=IP3/29 addroute=enabled

:ip ipadd intf=LocalNetwork addr=IP2/29 addroute=enabled

:ip ipadd intf=LocalNetwork addr=IP1/29 addroute=enabled

:ip ipadd intf=LocalNetwork addr=IP0/29 addroute=enabled

:ip ipadd intf=LocalNetwork addr=IP9/29 addroute=enabled

:nat mapadd intf=Static outside_addr IP4 weight 1 index=0

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP9 insideaddr=192.168.1.50 weight=120 access_list IP9

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP9 insideaddr=192.168.1.50 weight=120 access_list 192.168.1.50

:saveall

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP0 insideaddr=192.168.1.51 weight=120 access_list IP0

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP0 insideaddr=192.168.1.51 weight=120 access_list 192.168.1.51

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP1 insideaddr=192.168.1.52 weight=120 access_list IP1

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP1 insideaddr=192.168.1.52 weight=120 access_list 192.168.1.52

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP2 insideaddr=192.168.1.53 weight=120 access_list IP2

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP2 insideaddr=192.168.1.53 weight=120 access_list 192.168.1.53

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP3 insideaddr=192.168.1.54 weight=120 access_list IP3

:nat mapadd intf=Static outsideaddr=IP3 insideaddr=192.168.1.54 weight=120 access_list 192.168.1.54

:service system ipdelete name=TELNET ip=149.255.104.16

:saveall

Someone helped me configure it, and honestly I don't know where to start in writing that for the new router, or if it's even required?

Has anyone used one of the Asus routers (firmware version 3.0.0.4.374_979-gbc8961e) and successfully managed to configure multiple WAN IP addresses? I was hoping there would be something in the control panel, but I can't find anything.

Thanks!

  northumbria61 04:44 06 Feb 14

I have never used an Asus Router and I am not knowledgeable enough to answer your query but there is a LINK here which may explain things better for you.

Note - it says - each individual device attached to the network is therefore assigned a fixed IP address automatically by the ASUS router. Configuring IP addresses is only necessary if you require a specific IP address for each network device.

Asus Support

  blizeH 09:11 06 Feb 14

Thank you very much, I think that just covers fixing an IP internally rather than externally, though it's a good starting point!

  Secret-Squirrel 09:40 06 Feb 14

blizeH, I'm curious, why do you feel the need to configure a home router with multiple WAN addresses? What do you want to achieve by this?

  blizeH 09:43 06 Feb 14

I'm a web developer and have always found it incredibly useful, in fact I'm a bit lost without the multiple WAN addresses!

  Secret-Squirrel 12:32 06 Feb 14

"....have always found it incredibly useful...........I'm a bit lost without the multiple WAN addresses!"

Thanks for the explanation ;)

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