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SonicWALL TZ170 one to one NAT?

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I have two web servers behind my SonicWALL TZ170 and up to this point have only been using one of them internally.  I now need to have both servers accessible from the outside world.  Problem is both listen on port 80 so I need to have 2external IP addresses one routing to server 1 and the other to server 2.  Should I use 1 to 1 NAT or is there some other way to do it.  
Thanks in advance,
Jesse
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With two static public IP addesses configure the inbound nat and firewall access rule to allow port 80 to your internal servers.
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