Multiple wan att bypass



  • I need to figure out how to statically assign 2 or more to one interface / device on the same interface, I have a block of 64 IP addresses. I got them to work in the traditional sense to where I use the net system to map them out in the firewalls to get them to work but I have a cPanel server that I have to assign them directly to. I going to start off at 2 up address and go up from there.


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    They should not give you 64 addresses on an interface subnet.

    They should give you a /29 or /30 on the interface and route the /26 to you there.

    That way you could, in turn, simply route the /26 to the cPanel server for use there.

    Else you have to bridge or NAT. Neither is a proper solution when compared to a routed subnet.



  • @Derelict said in Multiple wan att bypass:

    They should not give you 64 addresses on an interface subnet.

    They should give you a /29 or /30 on the interface and route the /26 to you there.

    That way you could, in turn, simply route the /26 to the cPanel server for use there.

    Else you have to bridge or NAT. Neither is a proper solution when compared to a routed subnet.

    What I am trying to setup is so cPanel can go out and pull what ips it wonts to use. and I can't figer out how.
    I got a subnet of 255.255.255.192 with 61 useable ips. but a block of 64.


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