I have a Netopia 3386-ENT. I also have a 5 static IP addresses. I woul like to use all of the pubic IP addresses on the LAN side as some private 192.168 addresses (via DHCP) that would be NAT'd outbound to the router address. I would rather not NAT the public addresses to private addresses. This is the setup we have:
Public Ranges: (yes, substitituing a 10 net for the real public one - last octet is real, however)10.20.30.81/30 - small network between provider's wireless radio and my Netopia 10.20.40.16/29 - public address range of our static IP's
Radio [10.20.30.81] [10.20.30.82] Netopia [10.20.40.17] hosts [10.20.40.18-22]
I would like
Radio [10.20.30.81] [10.20.30.82] Netopia [10.20.40.17 &192.168.0.1] hosts [10.20.40.18-22 (static) and 192.168.X.X (dhcp)]
I don't think the passthrough option helps much, since that only works for one address.
I don't see a way to have the Netopia have 2 addresses on the LAN side.
Is this possible to do?
Can this be done with VLANs, perhaps?
If this should be reposted to another groups, please let me know.