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Multiple Static IP address behind single router?

I have a Sonicwall TZ 170 running the latest firmware, I just upgraded my line to a 3/768 Buisness DSL  package with 5 Static IP addresses. I wanted to ask if it would be possible to use multiple public ips behind a single router, I have 2 servers, a domain controller running Server 2003 SBS SP2 and a security camera dvr running XP Pro SP2.

192.168.1.1 Sonicwall TZ 170
192.168.1.5 Server 2003 SBS SP2
192.168.1.6 XP Pro SP2
192.168.1.15 Wireless AP
192.168.1.50-149 DHCP Address Pool
192.168.1.240 Networked Printer
192.168.1.241 Networked Copier

I want the domain controller, dvr and router to use 3 different public ips.
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clipshoundCommented:
Connect the router to managed switch or Wifi switch/hub  (syslink recommended) and use it as briedge only, and one options use DHAPC overlay for your router
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dpk_walCommented:
You can configure One-To-One NAT under Network->One-to-One NAT on sonicwall. This would bind 1 external IP completely to one internal IP.

Create One-To-One NAT for 192.168.1.5 and 192.168.1.6 [As the IP addresses are in continuation you can specify range length as 2]

Please note: Do not include the SonicWALL security appliance WAN IP (NAT Public) Address or the WAN Gateway (Router) Address in this range. Also, the domain controller and dvr should have static internal IP addresses.

Thank you.
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