|I have CentOS and the application I am running does not listen on 192.168.1.5 (Private IP address). |
Why doesn't it? Can it not be configured to do so?
What application is this? I ask because it's possible myself or one of the other helpers may have worked with this application in the past and may be able to help get it working with your LAN.
Is there any way that I can get public ip assigned to eth0? I do not have Static IP, I want to use the public dynamic IP assigned by my ISP to use in eth0 interface.
All you should have to do is connect the network cable coming out of the ADSL modem into your computer. Set the interface to DHCP and you should get an IP from your provider.
If you don't, it's possible your provider registers the MAC address and you'll have to spoof the modems MAC on your PC. That or you'll have to contact your provider and explain that you wish to register a second MAC.
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
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