how do I apply the 188.8.131.52/255.255.255.224 addresses to the dmz? and to nat addresses? I know how when I set the subnet to wan 255.255.0.0 but that results is blocked traffic and obviously incorrect. so I already have the address objects etc. defined.
I just need to know how to apply the assigned ip range to an interface which falls outside of the wan subnet.
Yes. Well, like the 2040, you *can* if you choose set the interface up as Transparent but unless you are running something which REALLY doesn't like NAT, a private range and NAT mapping would be by far
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