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Why can't I have the same subnet on WAN and LAN?

I want to know why same IP with same mask on both WAN and LAN side could be a problem. I also want to know if setting different mask, but having same IPs will resolve the routing problem. ...
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Can I split my colo WAN subnet? /27

I recently started colocating at a datacenter, and they provided me with a /27 subnet, let's say 192.0.2.112/27 , this translates to usable IP's .96 to .127. Because of a requirement in my network, ...
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IPcop Multiple WAN Subnets

We have an IPcop firewall and have had no issues with it. We've had a block of 10 IP addresses from our colocation provider and have been able port forward from those to internal servers as needed. ...
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Linux as a router for a WAN subnet

Our ISP has given us a small subnet of WAN ips for the organisation where I work. If I assume the subnet is 11.22.33.40/29 and the ISP gateway is 11.22.33.122. I have a Linux box with two interfaces. ...
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Setting up a subnetted Cisco WAN - Serial connection doesn't work

I have two routers setup on subnetted on a network address of 192.168.25.0/29 and I can't seem to get the serial connection to work with RIP. Here are the running-config for the two routers: ...
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Multiple static WAN IP addresses to single LAN subnet

Below is my home network topology. I currently have 5 static IP addresses, 3 of which are in use by 3 routers. These routers in-turn subnet internal networks and port forward. I use my SSL VPN ...