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ER707-M2 and multiple public IP addresses when using PPoE
ER707-M2 and multiple public IP addresses when using PPoE
2024-01-25 10:15:08 - last edited 2024-02-17 02:39:07

I have a ER707-M2 v1.0 WAN connected via PPPoE.

This means I cannot define a static WAN IP address.

A static WAN IP address is a requirement for One-To-One NAT to be able to use multiple public ip addresses.

 

How can this problem be solved?

I need to be able to use the extra external ip addresses I have.

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Re:ER707-M2 and multiple public IP addresses when using PPoE
2024-01-25 12:52:19 - last edited 2024-02-14 09:28:07

  @cdnhk 

 

the same question was raised regarding the ER605 here https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/619182?replyId=1241592 and it was not possible.

I dont know, but I would suspect that the firmware for the ER707 is not that different to the ER605 , so almost certainly not possible on that either.

Also Openwrt doesnt seem to be an option on the ER707 either...

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Re:ER707-M2 and multiple public IP addresses when using PPoE
2024-01-26 01:33:57 - last edited 2024-02-14 09:28:07

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Re:ER707-M2 and multiple public IP addresses when using PPoE
2024-02-13 11:55:05 - last edited 2024-02-14 09:28:07

  @Clive_A 

 

Late response but could there be a workaround?

 

Other posts mention that One-To-One NAT is possible with a Static IP address.

And indeed if I disable the Advanced option "Get IP Address from ISP", One-To-One NAT functionality becomes available.

But I still need to configure the static IP address (subnet) I got from the ISP. Should this be defined at the Secondary connection?

 

The documentation does not give me much info about the Secondary connection option.

 

 

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Re:ER707-M2 and multiple public IP addresses when using PPoE
2024-02-18 06:26:31

Hi @cdnhk 

cdnhk wrote

  @Clive_A 

 

Late response but could there be a workaround?

 

Other posts mention that One-To-One NAT is possible with a Static IP address.

And indeed if I disable the Advanced option "Get IP Address from ISP", One-To-One NAT functionality becomes available.

But I still need to configure the static IP address (subnet) I got from the ISP. Should this be defined at the Secondary connection?

 

The documentation does not give me much info about the Secondary connection option.

 

 

I don't think there might be a workaround to this yet.

 

If you know the IP address of your second IP, and parameters, put them there and try to connect. You should get at least two IP addresses. One is automatic from your authentication after the PPPoE dialing. Second IP is up to your ISP as well.

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