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RV320 Firewall rules, VLAN, and IP Aliasing

I have purchased and RV320 to replace our SA520W Router.  I have 2 SBS servers that are on seperate VLANS.

The RV 320 is set with WAN 1 IP of XX.XX.XX.43

SBS1 has internal IP of XX.XX.16.2 on VLAN 1 port 1 on router

SBS2 has internal IP of XX.XX.2.2 on VLAN 5 port 2 on router

 

On the older SA520W I was able to setup an IP alias of XX.XX.XX.47 and XX.XX.XX.46 with firewall rules so 47 pointed to SBS1 and 46 pointed to SBS2 for their respective ports.

 

How do I do that on the RV320 so I can have 2 IPs server from the isp than go through WAN1 to their respective VLANs?

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SBaalman1, The feature you

SBaalman1,

 

The feature you are looking for is called One-to-One NAT on most of the Cisco SMB routers. You can find it under Setup.

 

- Marty

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SBaalman1, The feature you

SBaalman1,

 

The feature you are looking for is called One-to-One NAT on most of the Cisco SMB routers. You can find it under Setup.

 

- Marty

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That's what I was looking for

That's what I was looking for!  Thanks!

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