Have three public IPs. For example:
xxx.xxx.xxx.183 is used solely for the internal network.
xxx.xxx.xxx.184 is assigned to DVR1.
xxx.xxx.xxx.185 is assigned to DVR2.
The 2 DVRs are routing traffic TCP/UDP EXCLUSIVELY on port 7700.
Currently this setup is being done by using a switch after the cable modem.
We need to route all 3 through one firewall:
Routing would be 1-to-1 Nat:
Assign DVR1 staticIP xxx.xxx.xxx.184 to internal private address 10.10.10.101 for TCP/UDP 7700.
Assign DVR2 staticIP xxx.xxx.xxx.185 to internal private address 10.10.10.102 for TCP/UDP 7700.
What would the routing table look like for outgoing?
Is this the correct setup?
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