How setup a public static ip class on router XMG ?

Ronin69
Ronin69 Posts: 2
edited April 9 in Smart Home Product
Hi.
I have a XMG router with a static IP. I requested to ISP 8 static ips. How i have to setup these Ip ? I think in additional subnet ?

Thanks
Gianluca

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  • timol74395
    timol74395 Posts: 0
    Ronin69 said:
    Hi.
    I have a XMG router with a static IP. I requested to ISP 8 static ips. How i have to setup these Ip ? I think in additional subnet ?

    Thanks
    Gianluca

    It sounds like you're looking to use one of your static IPs as the main public IP that outbound Internet traffic for your office uses, and then map a separate one of your public static IPs for use by the server? If that is the case, you'll just want to create a "one-to-one" NAT entry in the firewall. Using the emulator link you provided, it would be under the Setup -> One-to-One NAT. This basically associates one of the external IPs to an internal IP address.

    Assuming your ISP is providing you a "bridged" connection (so that you can assign the public IP info directly to your firewall), you'll basically plug in the IP info into your firewall. Assuming you can access the Internet, the router will typically route all traffic outbound via the IP address you assign to it. If you have one-to-one NAT enabled, those hosts should communicate via a secondary IP.

    Does that answer your question?

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