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I would like to know if there's a way to set my 4 public ips provided by my ISP to my virtual xen server using bridged lan connections.

My net layout is as follows:

Internet Connection - (Public IPs provided by Isp) -> WI-FI and Router (Using one of the 4 static IPs I have as WAN) -> Several Hubs and Computers in the same Network -> Gentoo Server running Xen 4.1 (3 PVs Guests) (Static IP provided by router based on MAC Address)

And I'm curious if something like:

xenbr0="XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX via ROUTER_IP" (Where XXX are my public IP Address) or Port Forwarding should do trick. Thanks for all the help in advance.

By the way, the server is a Dell PowerEdge T410 with a broadcom netXtreme II card (In case it could possible influence some configuration)

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This will need to be configured using NAT in your router; what kind of device is it? –  Shane Madden Aug 31 '12 at 18:51
This one here: intelbras.com.br/Produtos/Redes/Redes-sem-fio/Roteadores/… NAT is supported. By the way, I have money in our budget in case we need to buy another one. –  Bruno Vieira Aug 31 '12 at 19:00
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