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Preparing my first cisco sa520. Got some questions.

Hello,

We recently made an order on a sa520 and consider I have little networking experience i thought i would prepare myself as much as possible.

Let me explain the setup i plan to run:

Our ISP provides 5 static ipadresses.



isp ->    
ipadresses (77.40.xx.190)
(77.40.xx.191)
(77.40.xx.192)
(77.40.xx.193)
(77.40.xx.194)

Router ->       
Servers:The serveres should recieve a local ip aswell as a IP on the outside so others can reach it(ip forward)

Example: Server local ip is 192.168.1.99 but can also be reached on  77.40.xx.190 by others that is not on our localnet.
server1:192.168.1.100 -> 77.40.xx.191
server2:192.168.1.101 -> 77.40.xx.192
server3:192.168.1.102 -> 77.40.xx.193
server4:192.168.1.103 -> 77.40.xx.194

Regular desktop computers on the network should have one external IP but different IP on the local network. I plan to do this with DHCP


Computer1:192.168.1.98 -> 77.40.xx.190
Computer2:192.168.1.97 -> 77.40.xx.190
Computer3:192.168.1.96 -> 77.40.xx.190
Computer4:192.168.1.95 -> 77.40.xx.190
Computer5:192.168.1.94 -> 77.40.xx.190
Computer6:192.168.1.93 -> 77.40.xx.190

I have read the manual and tried to find the information i need so i get put this together as fast as possible when i recieve the router.

Is there a way to give computersa static internal IP based on theire MAC adress?

Example:

The computer with the following mac adress(00-0C-F1-56-98-AD)

should always get 192.168.1.50 as a local ip adress?


If that works, can i then use the following manual example?

Im sorry for im a bit unclear here. I will elaborate if something is unclear.


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