aefstoggaflmOpen Source FanPremium
|reply to matlark |
Re: wan ip vs. wan gateway ip
You need to tell users what the WAN IP in the router is. They don't need to know what the WAN Default Gateway is.
Please use the "yellow (IM) envelope" to contact me and please leave the URL intact.
I have never seen a WAN gateway ip in a router and would like to know what the difference is from the WAN gateway ip and WAN ip. The attached image is from the westell 7500, which is a modem as well as a router, so I am not sure what you mean by "WAN IP in the router is".
said by matlark :The term wan usually refers to a ip address used to access another network
I have never seen a WAN gateway ip in a router
Any device you connect to a router uses the routers ip address for the default gateway, the router also has a default gateway even if it is not displayed