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SonicFirewall/50 with Static IP

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Daren Anderson, MSISFlag for United States of America asked on
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This was all installed before I arrived here so just trying to figure it all out.  We have an older SonicWall/50 that is between our cable modem and our network switches.  We were given a block of (5) Static IP Addresses from our ISP.  In the SonicWall, we have DHCP enabled.  I have been told we need to set our server to use one of those (5) IP addresses.  Right now, there is a NT 4.0 server which is the PDC on one domain and then a Win2K member server on that same domain - both have addresses of 10.201.46.107 for one and 10.201.46.109 for the other - this is setup in the TCP/IP config.  I also have a new 2003 server with an IP address of 10.201.46.125.  

Do I need to setup the static IP addresses in the SonicWall or do I need to put this on the server?  According to our ISP, our usable IP's are 24.220.211.194 - 24.220.211.198.  Not really sure how to proceed on this one.  Thanks.
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