Public ip on LAN NATed network? is it possible?
mbedyn last edited by
how to reroute public ip's
1. to lan network or
2. to the other network for ex. DMZ.
I would like to know if it is enough to create static route in case 2 (I think it should be that simple).
but I'm not sure how to do this in case 1 when I do NAT for some devices and do not want to NAT other devices (all devices ale placed in the same physical segment)
podilarius last edited by
Yes you can created a routed network with the help of your ISP. What you will want is 2 separate public IP ranges. The smaller one can be a /30 or a /29 and you will route your bigger /24 or /25 or whatever to that smaller IP range. Or you can create a DMZ/WAN bridge. routed is slightly faster and uses less resources. bridge uses less IPs.