I have 3 servers on my network that need static public IPs but also still need to communicate on the local network.
I have given my WAN interface the first IP in the block and set up PAT for the rest of the computers on the network which is working fine. Next I set up static NAT rules for the servers translating 3 of the remaining public IPs to the internal addresses of the servers.
I can access those servers internally using the public IPs but not from outside the network. A tracroute from outside the network gets dropped when it gets to my ISP.
I've never configured more than one static ip for a network before and i know i've just missed a step here. Do I also need to set up static routes? Will that update the next hop's routing table?
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