I'm looking for a little help if someone would be so kind, because I'm a bit out of my normal depth with this. I'm putting together a small home network (well, I guess large compared to some!), where I have three desktops connected to my router by wireless. I also have a CentOS/Apache/ISPConfig server box, and a WinServer2k8/IIS server box. My intention is to connect both of these servers to the router in such a way that each has it's own 'real' IP. Registered domain names would then be pointed at either the IP of the Apache server or the IIS server, and so the router would deliver the traffic to the appropriate box according to which IP the domain is pointed at. To those ends, I've purchased a block of IP addresses from my ISP. Having just called them, I've been instructed that the IP block I've bought are my internal IP addresses, and that once I've set them up on the router in this way, they should work. I've never actually done this before, and my networking experience doesn't really stretch past the very basics of home networking, and so I have very little idea of what kind of options I need to use to set this up on the router - there are things in there that are more advanced than I understand. Could anybody please point me in the right direction?