We have a firewall with a web facing interface of 150.x.x.a
We have purchased several other public ips, 150.x.x.b and 150.x.x.c
How do I make 150.x.x.b available on our firewalls external interface?
I intend to NAT 150.x.x.b to an internal IP address (web server) .
So basically I want to be able to access this internal webserver by entering a different 150.x.x.b
Do we get our ISP to route 150.x.x.b to our firewall external ip address 150.x.x.a, and simply use a static nat?
assuming 150.x.x.a, 150.x.x.b and 150.x.x.c are all on the same subnet, then you ISP already knows how to route them to you. All you need is to setup a static NAT to your internal server, configure
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