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Hello,

I have a tz 170 sonicwall in place.  they have an external IP address 192.168.x.x and I have another firewall in place behind it for a seperate network.  

192.168.x.x primary external has an internal connection of 10.0.0.1
the second firwall is 10.0.0.23

I have 4 Static IP addresses from my ISP and the 192.168.x.x is assigned for one network and I would like to have 192.168.x.y assign itself to the other network

I did this once before but can't figure this one out.  Any help would be great

Thanks
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Sorry I figured it out.  Thanks anyway
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Post a 0-pointqs question to the community support, asking to close this question (make sure you add this url to the post, so they know which question you're talking about ) and mention that you've solved the problem yourself.
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BTW, what did you do?
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