I have a Cisco SG300-10 which I want to use for 2 subnets 10.0.1.0/24 and 10.0.3.0/24. I need to configure to route one public IP 126.96.36.199 to a local server at 10.0.1.254 and another public IP 188.8.131.526 to another server at 10.0.3.254. Could someone show me how to do this? Thank you for your help.
I believe you are describing a situation where you want to NAT the traffic from two different public IPs to two different servers. For that you would need a router that can do either port forwarding or one-to-one NAT. The switch is able to do some layer 3 routing, but isn't really meant to be on the edge, and cannot do NAT translations between public and private addresses. You also won't have a firewall with just a switch.
I would recommend the RV180W, but it looks like your two WAN IPs may be in different subnets, and that usually causes issues with port forwarding or one-to-one NAT for alternate WAN IPs.
Since you want to use two different subnets make sure the router you get is VLAN capable, so you can setup a trunk link to the SG300.
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