/30 and /29 from ISP
Hello. First post here and ive only recently moved to Netgate. So far so good.
However, we have a property with a /30 for the main internet connection, and the ISP has given us a completely separate range for a /29.
I am unsure how I can give my client an address in the /29, without a NAT to a private address.
Is this possible?
Id like to imagine the main gateway is, (for example), 18.104.22.168/30 on the WAN port.
Then on a LAN port, I can give my client an IP address from 22.214.171.124/29 on a LAN port.
@viragomann I shouldn't have to NAT if I am paying for a /29, I want devices to be on public IP's. It's just not ideal that the ISP has set it up like this as the client needs their servers on public IP's straight to the internet and not on a local address with a NAT