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Help I am new to Linux Networking. I presently have a server connected to the internet with these IP adress settings: IP add: 10.18.26.166 Mask: 255.255.255.224 Gateway: 10.18.26.161 DNS: 217.194.158.30 ...
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    Setting Up public IP addresses


    Help I am new to Linux Networking. I presently have a server connected to the internet with these IP adress settings:

    IP add: 10.18.26.166
    Mask: 255.255.255.224
    Gateway: 10.18.26.161

    DNS: 217.194.158.30
    Alt: 192.168.230.10

    I have these public IPs i want to assign to servers on my network to be assessible on the internet, I intend to host my own webserver:

    196.200.114.85
    196.200.114.86

    I run redhat 9.0. Pls how do i go about setting up?

    Thanks .. all hep appreciated

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    I believe an ip with 10.xxx.xxx.xxx is a gateway I believe all that is restricted, but sounds like you need a router since 196 ip's are non routable

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    if you have a router use NAT (networt address translation(port forwarding) to forward one or both of thoes ip's (on port 80 if a webserver(and any other ports that you need FTP,ssh, ect...) to the server box if you use a linux router then use the firewall or iptables to forward them to the server
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