I have a proplem configuring RV320 with the odd IT setup of my ISP,
One of my clients wants to be able to give access to his internally hosted database to his partners and bought a public ip from his ISP, Previously his broadband configuration is as follows:
WAN IP = 10.x.x.2
Gateway IP = 10.x.x.1
SM = 255.255.255.252
So the WAN IP was configutred on the RV320 router and all was ok,
Now in addition to the WAN IP he is given a public ip 197.156.x.x/22
My question is how can i configure such setup on RV320 since it does not allow more than one IP address per interface ? Previously i have done the same kind of configuration using TMG server(Please see attached images to see how), So is the RV320 capable of such configuration ? or is there any other work around ?
No that is not possible, to clarify the setup more, the WAN IP and the Public IP have both to be setup on the same interface and the Broadband modem that the Router is connected to only have one RJ45 port. The WAN IP enables the connection with the service providers network and what i have to do is configure the Public IP as a secondary.
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