This document discusses RFC 1483 bridging with IRB implementation options.
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Select one of these RFC 1483 Bridging with integrated routing and bridging (IRB) implementation options for your Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) service. Both implementation options include configuration examples for Network Address Translation (NAT) overload, NAT Pool, Static NAT, and Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) Server.
RFC 1483 IRB Option 1 – Your ISP assigns a single dynamic public IP address to your Cisco DSL Router.
RFC 1483 IRB Option 2 – Your ISP assigns a single static public IP address to your Cisco DSL Router.
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