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Ivory

Issue using block of WAN IP addresses

I have a CPAP 730 firewall, two servers I need to hide behind public addresses and from my ISP I have 87.x.x.128/29 ip addresses.

My firewall gets .130 as it is the first available ip address. My problem is I don't know how to use the other available addresses to hide behind.

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Sapphire

First: This should be posted in SMB Appliances and SMP !

Use Access Policy > Firewall > Servers to define your servers. Input local IP first and then, in NAT, define Static NAT to the other routable IP.

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Ivory

Have tried that, just done it manually without defining the server in "Access Policy > Firewall > Servers"

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Sapphire

Please adhere to the documentation and use the Servers object instead of manual rules. Or did it work when defining it manually without the server?

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