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greetings: i set up a friend/s set of computers with a dsl modem and an asante friendly net dsl/router. we were able to connect to the internet from any computer. the router assigned each computer an IP via DHCP. the router took the dynamic IP (192.168.1.127) that the ISP was providing. now i would like to be able to connect to his system via ssh and do some administration. i could not find the actual public IP that anyone would need to connect to one of his machines that the router would forward port 22 packets to. on my macsend ...

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    Default asante friendly net dsl/router and public IP?

    greetings:

    i set up a friend/s set of computers with a dsl modem and
    an asante friendly net dsl/router. we were able to connect to the
    internet from any computer. the router assigned each computer an IP via
    DHCP. the router took the dynamic IP (192.168.1.127) that the ISP was
    providing.

    now i would like to be able to connect to his system via ssh and do some
    administration.


    i could not find the actual public IP that anyone would need to connect
    to one of his machines that the router would forward port 22 packets to.

    on my macsend router, the public IP is on the web page that one gets
    when one accesses the macsense device.

    any help?

    m. r.

    m. Guest

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    Default Re: asante friendly net dsl/router and public IP?

    In article <net>,
    "m. r. schaferkotter" <net> wrote:
     

    From his system, access the router at 192.168.123.254, log in and see
    what IP it has received and set up the port to allow you in.

    --
    Ron
    Ron Guest

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    Default Re: asante friendly net dsl/router and public IP?

    In article <net>,
    "m. r. schaferkotter" <net> wrote:
     

    Your friend will have to order a public IP address from his/her ISP so
    the router isn't getting a 192.168.x.x address.

    The next step is to use a fixed DHCP address for the SSH server. The
    router should show a list of MACs for attached devices. Figure out
    which one is the SSH server and assign it a fixed address. It can be
    the same address that it already has.

    Now map ports to that fixed, local IP address. Another option is to set
    it up as the default server, though you'd better secure the system first.
    Kevin Guest

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    Default Re: asante friendly net dsl/router and public IP?

    m. r. schaferkotter <net> wrote:
     

    Does the Asanté router's configuration page have a "Status" button at
    the top?
    Neill Guest

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