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SonicWall tz170 enhanced config ?

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I have the SonicWall tz 170 os enhanced, an I am trying to add a new server to my network using a class C ip addressing scheme, our current network is a class A ip scheme, I do have an unassigned OPT interface. Is it possible to use the OPT interface to set up a class C scheme for the new server and still have WAN capabilities, I want to keep the servers isolated as I am changing the domain name/design?

Thank you in advance
Scott
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I guess nobody wants this one?? or maybe I was not clear enough.....
I would like to clarify exactly what is I am trying to do.

I have an Internet Connection with 5 static IP's
SonicWall is, at present, connected to 10.x.x (Server 1)LAN using single public ip
I want to bring Server 2 online using the sonic OPT interface with a 192.x.x LAN address while utilizing one of my other static public IP's, essentially creating two complete different networks.
I did get it set up so that server2 could connect to the internet using the sonic OPT as the gateway, however, it was using the same public IP as the 10.x network, and I want it on it's own So I can point the mx records for the new domain to it.  

I apologize for my ignorance but this one has me stumped and I know it's something stupid that I am missing.
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You can do this with Standard or Enhanced firmware. You want to create a "One to One NAT". The Public server wizard is the easiest way to set this up.
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