Multiple WAN addresses
My ISP allowed me a /30 subnet, so I can use multiple static IPs.
Is it possible to configure the WAN interface on this Airport capsule with multiple IP adresses ?
- Asked by Thierry M from Longueuill
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You have to provide a lot more details if you want an answer you like.
Binding two addresses is called multi-homing. For home use on any consumer router, it'd be like getting two steering wheels for the same car. Also a /30 subnet provides exactly 2 IP addresses. It's not something that is done with real world (routable) IP space.
One thing you may want to look into is bridging versus routing. But that's a rabbit hole with a lot of separate issues, most related to all the services that will be turned off as a result.
- Answered by Brian F from San Diego
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Will it support multiple static IP Addresses?
- Asked by Timothy M from Piscataway
- Mar 7, 2014
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- Asked by Lori G from Medina
- Dec 24, 2012
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