wan Siding is a very popular Attached Service (ATS) for homes and small businesses on the “wan side” of a residence or on a site with a “wan wall”. The term “wan” is an abbreviation for “western branch”. In the United States, there are two prevailing systems of classification for residences and small businesses. The two systems are Fanciful Side and Affiliated Side. The attached service is considered to be on the “Affiliate” side of your home or location, while the western branch is considered to be on the “Fanquette” side of your location.
In the old days, the “Affiliated Side” was the most commonly used classification. The reason for this is that the “Affiliate” side does not contain any information pertaining to the actual IP address of the client machine, whereas the Western (Fanquette) side only holds the information for the end user who actually clicked the web address in the browser. It should be noted that, in the past, this classification was outdated. If you had an older version of Internet Explorer, it is most likely that you were using an older version of the browser when accessing the Affiliate websites. At this point, if you are still having trouble finding any Affiliate websites, you may want to look at using the Western Subnet (wan) as your Subnet.
The purpose of using the Western Subnet is to provide a way to create one logical network for the computer devices without the use of any address. It is like all the other networks on the Network that connect to one central data center via IP numbers. In the case of the WAN side, there are three types of addresses: FQPN, local, and toll free. There is also a fourth type, which is reserved for internal uses only. It is called the internal address and can be used if there is no other way to get to the WAN site. In other words, the internal address is used for internal processes only.
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Let’s look at how these subnets work. On the FQPN side, the computers on the subnet share one IP address. The local network is just one on the subnet, and each subnet has one or more computers on it. The IPs for all these computers belongs to one LAN or Local Area Network. Once you have mapped the LAN to the WAN, you would be connected if the WAN connected to the WAN and if the LAN connected to the internet.
The other type of addresses is the ones that are routable and that belonging to the internal network alone. On the other hand, these are used for network adapters. These are used when you connect a network printer to the computer. The WAN printer can connect to the WAN itself or to one of the internal networks. This way, there are several ways how to connect to the internet.
Most of the times, people prefer to use the logical addresses. For this, the computer has to have at least one entry in the Windows registry. The entry is usually associated to the company IP and it is used as the gateway to the network. In other words, the network configuration manager (NCM) creates the first logical connection to the internet. When this happens, the first IP address is mapped to the same logical address as the one for the FQPN.
However, sometimes the logical address will change when one switches to a new address. For instance, a business will often move from one location in the world to another. They will be allowed to change their network adapter at this time. This may cause the changed IP in the router to be mapped as the old FQPN again.
If one does not wish to have this scenario, they should avoid putting the FQPN address in the WAN side of the firewall. The only time this scenario makes sense is when one requires port forwarding from the outside. In this case, the new connection has to come from the internal router. It is highly recommended that the external router be configured differently to prevent this type of scenario. The other option is to configure the internal router as an external device so that port forwarding doesn’t affect it.