I am replacing an ancient SOHO 90 series router with our new RV016, I was told this thing would do everything we needed which I didn't doubt, however, I am wondering if I made the wrong choice now. We have 5 IP's on one line coming into the current router, that isn't an issue, if needed I can make 5 seperate drops with each IP, but, now we have several servers hosting services on the same ports. For example 5.2 host a web server which is called to by the .250 address, 5.3 has one as well from .251, we have one on each of the 5, there are other servers too though on each of the 5 using the same ports. When I go to port forwarding the only option is to forward the single port to a single server, can I not forward ports from each WAN connection to a different server? Any help would be appreciated.
Here is a short sample from the old soho of what I want to do
The multi-WAN feature of RV016 is designed for redundancy and load balancing, so basic port forwarding is not tied to a specific WAN port. If a LAN server is exposed to the internet by the 1-to-1 NAT feature of RV016, the server can be accessed by a specified public IP address.
That would work if there weren't more servers than external IP's, I guess it is not possible then? Is there a similar product that can do this with as many ports? I don't even need multiple WAN ports as I can use the IP Aliasing.
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