I have 2 static IP addresses that I'd like to point to 2 corresponding servers in my LAN. I've followed the Access Rule and One-to-One NAT instructions as best I can (screenshots of each for one of the static IP scenarios attached), but no luck. The static IPs bring the outside/WAN user to the RV180's admin login screen. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
None of this works. I have all the rules exactly as instructed here and in documentation and I can't get this piece of junk RV180 to listen on any of the additional IP addresses at all. And Cisco support wouldn't help me because I'm outside 1 year of purchase. I purchased this specifically for multiple WAN ip's and why am I not surprised that it doesn't work. JUNK.
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