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Is this possible with the Cisco RV320?

jeebs2314
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I was looking to buy one these and wanted to know if what I'm trying to accomplish is possible first.

I have two Static IPs through my ISP and I want to be able to Port Froward the same ports for both Static IPs. Right now I'm doing this but I'm using two different routers to accomplish this. I'm hoping I can eliminate this setup and use just one router instead.

Here's an example of what I'm looking to do.

WAN1 = 100.100.100.1

WAN2 = 100.100.100.2

Webserver 1 = 192.168.1.2(Using Port 80)

Webserver 2 = 192.168.1.3(Using Port 80)

I want to port forward WAN1 on Port 80 to Webserver 1. And port forward WAN2 to Port 80 as well but to Webserver 2. So if you were to goto http://100.100.100.1 externally it would hit the Webserver 1 internally. And if you were to goto http://100.100.100.2 externally it would hit the Webserver 2 internally.

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Richard Burts
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According to this link the RV320 does support port forwarding on its WAN interface. But I do not see how you would configure port forwarding for the second IP address. See this link for details

http://sbkb.cisco.com/CiscoSB/GetArticle.aspx?docid=edd62db30afb43c8a1a2cca1c7959022_Port_Forwarding_and_Port_Triggering_on_RV320_Router.xml&pid=2&converted=0

HTH

Rick

HTH

Rick
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