I tried to search for this info, but didn't come up with much... so I guess this might be a simple question for the network experts (I just hope that I am not posting something redundant).
Basically, I have done many installs using 1 public IP and route to an internet LAN using ports (NAT). However, I now have a situation where I need to use multiple public IP's (2-5) then route to different machines. A quick example would be to route port 80 on 2 different public IP's to 2 different internal machines.
I really don't know which router or firewall would do this. I am pretty sure that all the consumer level ones (like linksys or d-link) would only use 1 public IP.
1) could someone suggest model ranges that would do this? I am not looking to filter or block web contents, just for basic routing and translations, but using multple public static IP's. So I am hoping for models that are affordable and easy to manage.
2) this is just a bonus question.... more specifically, could a SonicWall Pro230 do this?