Mulitpule Static IPS with one router - RV042

Hi I have just been given a range of IP static addresses from my ISP, what I want to do is basically have two webservers on the same DSL line.
At the momnet I just have one server so using port forwarding to foward the relevant ports onto the server. What I want to do is use two of my static IP addresses and be able to forward one address to one server via port 80 and the other address also forward via port 80 but to a different server.
I am currently using a linksys RV042 which I believe it is possiable to do with but im just not sure how.
I have read a bit about using one-to-one nat but I dont no if this is what I need to use?
Thanks
delboytriggerAsked:
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mikelfritzCommented:
use one-to-one nat and then firewall rules to open port 80...
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delboytriggerAuthor Commented:
That what I thought so basically say my 2 ip addresses are xxx.xxx.xxx.189 and 190 I want 189 to point to 192.168.0.1 and 190 to point to 192.168.0.2 I set this in the one-to-one nat. Then in the port forwarding would I just open port 80 twice and point one to 192.168.0.1 and the other to 192.168.0.2?
 Thanks
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mikelfritzCommented:
Yup.  Your router will have an internal address of 192.168.0.X though (in your example it can't be .1 or .2)  
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mikelfritzCommented:
Yup.  Your router will have an internal address of 192.168.0.X though (in your example it can't be .1 or .2)  
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delboytriggerAuthor Commented:
Hi I have tried this and its works fine internally but does not work externaly any ideas?
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mikelfritzCommented:
Sounds like the firewall rules.
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delboytriggerAuthor Commented:
Could you expand on that at all please. I have open port 25 for example twice onthe port forwarding one to point to 192.168.1.5 and the other to point to 192.168.1.6 but it still does not work.
Thanks
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mikelfritzCommented:
From the manual you do not use port forwarding when the 1-1 nat is on:

Note: One-to-One NAT will change the way the firewall functions work. Access to machines on the LAN from the Internet will be allowed unless Network Access Rules are set.

Then under firewall->access rules

action=allow
service=smtp
source interface = any
source ip = any
dest ip = any
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