Help on Toshiba TR 650 with USWest

Help on Toshiba TR 650 with USWest

Post by Saswat » Tue, 18 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Hi

I have the following configuration:

Taken office.net service from USWest with ISDN and 8 static IPs. When I am
connecting to USW they are supplying a static ip from my subnet to my isdn
router i.e., from the ip set of xxx.xxx.xxx.56 - xxx.xxx.xxx.63 they are
assigning xxx.xxx.xxx.62 to the router. I have registered 2 domain names.
I am using the free web space provided by USW for one of the domain name
and wants to use my own web server (Windows NT 4.0 with IIS 4.0) for the
other domain name. To access the 2nd domain I have to route users from
internet to come to my network.

                      -------------
                     /   USWest                         \-------------/
                            |
                            |
                            |(xxx.xxx.xxx.62)
                      -------------
                     / Router                           \-------------/
                            |(192.168.1.5)
                            |
                            |
              ------------------------------
              |    |        |       |       |
              |    |        |       |       |
         (Workstn1)|   (Server1)    |   (Server2)
       (192.x.x.10)|  (192.x.x.1)   |   (192.x.x.2)
                   |                |      
               (Workstn2)      (Workstn3)
              (192.x.x.11)     (192.x.x.12)

Questions are:

1. How should I map other xxx.xxx.xxx.57/58/59 to 192.168.1.1/2 etc?
2. Is this possible if they assign an IP from my network to the router?
3. Anybody have this problem, should we upgrade?

Earlier we were with Verio and they had given another IP address from
their set to my router and everything were working smoothly.

All inputs will be welcomed.

TIA

Saswata

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