I am not sure if your aim is to just be able to access these devices remotely or do you actually have to host some services on these devices to anyone on the Internet?
If you are hosting some services on the devices that everyone should be able to access then you would have to use Static PAT (Port Forward) to forward the services required to the local devices since you only have the single public IP address. If you need to forward same ports to multiple devices then you will also have to modify the public/mapped port in the Static PAT configurations since you can't have overlapping translations.
If your aim on the other hand is simply accessing these resources yourself and they wont have to be publicly available you could always consider configuring VPN Client connection and through it connect to the local devices with their actual IP address rather than doing Static PAT towards the public network.
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