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rv120w Multiple static IP on WAN

Hi,

is it possible to have 2 IP adresses on wan and setup specific routing rules for each IP ?

or do I need to use another router for that and if wich one ?

Thanks

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rv120w Multiple static IP on WAN

Hi Phillipe, the router supports only 1 static IP specified on the WAN IP addresses. The subnet mask from your ISP should dictate how many WAN IP addresses you have available. While one of those IP are static configured for the WAN, you may use one-to-one NAT from an additional WAN IP address to map to a device such as a web server on your LAN.

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rv120w Multiple static IP on WAN

Thanks

so if I have from my ISP a IP x.x.x.168

with a subnet mask 255.255.255.252

I can go to

Firewall > Advanced Settings > One-to-One NAT

and put

• Private Range Begin  10.0.0.100

• Public Range Begin x.x.x.170

• Public IP Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

• Range Length: 1

so external IP x.x.x.170 will go to 10.0.0.100

and external IP x.x.x.169 will be my wan IP adress for others on my Lan

is that right ?

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rv120w Multiple static IP on WAN

Right, but make sure to make the correct subnet mask for the NAT address (right now you wrote 255.255.255.0 and not 255.255.255.252)

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rv120w Multiple static IP on WAN

my mistake

noted, thank you