So right now my Juniper SSG 5 is setup so that ethernet 0/0 is the untrust, ethernet 0/1 is the DMZ and the remaining ports 0/2-0/6 are all considered trust (bggroup 0).
Please view attatchment to identify some of my names...
What I want to do is eliminate "Switch 1", have the t-1 modem run straight into port 0/0 and have that configured with a static IP and then share that to all workstations for internet, then have ethernet 0/1 have a static IP assigned from the ISP as it is now, then have the remaining ports be part of the LAN, which will get the internet fro ethernet 0/0. Is this possible or do I still need to use "Switch 1"? Also, how do I configure ethernet 0/0 so that its static (input my IP, subnet, gateway, and DNS servers)?
The attatchment shows the way the network is currently laid out. I want to replace the current router and switch 1 with the Juniper ssg5. GR-Network-Map.pdf
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