This is not supported via CCA and not a typical use case for this device - so please don't expect SBSC support.
That said, if you are happy configuring IOS using the command line, it should be possible to remove one of the LAN ports from the default bridge group and configure it as a layer 3 (WAN) interface.
I've tried this in the past and works reasonably well - there may be the odd feature that is not available on the interface configured in this way, but should certainly work for some straight forwarding routing.
I don't quite recall all the details, but I suspect you need to change the VLAN membership for the port you want to use, then add an IP address to either the port directly, or to the new VLAN interface to which it belongs.
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