i have 1905 with isp reliance connection they have given
1)lan public ip 115.x.x.x/255.255.255.248
2)wan public ip 115.x.x.x/255.255.255.252
router i have 2 interfaces and i have 50 lan user and i have configured s0/0 for another branch,please let me know how should i configure lan public ip with mine lan private ip on the same interface by that both should work.please let me know if any know the configuration.i will be very thank for your suggetion
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