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Chapter 24. Connecting Your LAN to the I... > Configuring Direct High-Speed Connec...

Configuring Direct High-Speed Connections

If you are using a router, or a DSL or cable modem without NAT, you have to configure your network using the IP addresses assigned by your ISP. The procedure depends on whether you are using a direct connection to a modem/bridge, a router, a router with NAT, or a third-party NAT device. The following sections describe the process.

Making a Direct Internet Connection

If you are using a cable or DSL modem with no NAT device and no routing capability, you are probably configuring a LAN with only two to five computers. Your ISP should have provided you with a list of IP addresses for your LAN.


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