Our network consists of 2 subnets of 8 public IPs (/29) and an private 192.168.... subnet for internal use.
We currently have a box with 3 if cards routing this but I have been asked to replace this with a (preferably) RVS4000).
It looks like I could support the different subnets with the VLAN mechanism but I'm not 100% sure as I don't have an RVS4000 in front of me atm.
It also looks like I would have to set the RVS LAN ip range to one of the subnets either one of the 2 public or the private.
One scenario I'm considering is making the LAN IP range an internal private range (192.168.....) and then creating 2 VLANS for each public IP block.
My concern is that DNAT will interfere with the traffic to the 2 public blocks. We do want filtering on this ranges to block various ports and attacks but obviously don't need NAT as they are public addresses.
am I correct that this will be a problem? If so is there a solution ?
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