At 08:33 AM 11/22/04 -0800, Fred Baker wrote:
The one address you actually do care about is that of the server you
mentioned. If the server is behind the NAT, you have a configuration on
the Linksys that translates a certain set of TCP and UDP port numbers when
addressed to the Linksys to the interior address of the server, and when
you change ISPs you will have to change that configuration. Frankly, while
the task is different, I don't see a large workload difference between
changing that configuration and changing a similar configuration that
poked an incoming hole for web and mail traffic to your web and mail servers.
Did I mention Dynamic DNS? If your server is capable of interacting with
your DNS server (that's a question, some are and some aren't), Dynamic DNS
can eliminate the need to concern yourself with the server address.
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