> Your ISP provides you with a mixture of static and dynamic IPs???
Yeah! I've got a "business account" with a cable ISP, it's 5megabit down
1mb up, includes 5 dynamic ips, for $75 / month.
For another *$20 a month* you can change 2 of those IPs to static ips, but
the maximum statics you can have is 2, and a maximum total ips of 5. Bah :(
> Try making an outbound rule with the "target" set to the IP address you
> want to use.
I'll check that out, but the 1:1 NAT is doing exactly what I need :)
> Fred Wright