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Mapping Static Public IP to a VLAN

All customers on my network share the same public ip address but I now have the need to supply one customer with their own public ip address..I assume the best way would be to map the new public ip address to a VLAN but don't quite know how to go about it Could some one kindly just outline the steps for me?

many thanks !


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Re: Mapping Static Public IP to a VLAN

Just do a 1:1 NAT



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Re: Mapping Static Public IP to a VLAN

Just do a 1:1 NAT



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Re: Mapping Static Public IP to a VLAN

Thanks Josh, as you may gather I am not highly skilled in the art of router configuration.

I will look up 1:1 NAT and see how I get on...perhaps ask for your help if I get stuck?

many thanks again