Re: bogus ip and real ip on same ethernet interface
The best way to do this is to have a static NAT translation configured for your server on the router. This means that the server can retain is private/bogus IP address along with all your browsing clients. On the router though, you need to map a public/internet IP address to that of the servers private/bougs ip address. Then, when internet users connect to the public address of the server, the router will translate and direct all connections to your servers private IP address.
This offer a mild increase in security as well !!!
Look on CCO for example of static NAT translations, a common example is that used for SMTP mail servers and WEB servers.
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