Can an ADSL WAN interface share the same IP range as the LAN Interface
Can anyone tell me if the following is possible?
I have an 1801 router connected via ADSL to my service provider. My ISP has provided me with 8 IP addresses (xx.xx.xxx.168/29). The LAN interface connects to a Watchguard Firebox firewall. The LAN interface is using the IP range xx.x.x.168/29 and I'm having to use NAT on the router to pass the external IPs to the internal IPs. What I'd like to know is if its possible to bind (if thats the correct phrase) the WAN and LAN interfaces together so the router and the Firebox are both on the external IP range and I don't have to use NAT on the router.
I hope this makes sense to someone, and any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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