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Use of public ip address

 

Hi All

 

I have a pool of public ip address 91.x.1x.0/28. I want to know if I can do static nat of server to last IP i.e. 91.x.1x.15.

 

I have a internet router connected to my ISP link and on other side is a appliance base firewall. I have configured a static route on router as

 

ip route 91.x.1x.0 255.255.255.20 <firewall IP address>

 

I am confused because in normal private IP addressing this will be a broadcast address.

 

Please reply and thanks in advance.

 

 

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If I understand correctly

If I understand correctly your usable range would be 91.x.x.1 – 91.x.x.14

91.x.x.0 would be the network address.

91.x.x.15 would be the broadcast.

Hope that helps!

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