Sonicwall TZ 200 with 2 WAN Port IPs?

Hello,
I have a Sonicwall TZ 200 that is a gateway for multiple virtual machines. I'm wondering if it is possible to assign 2 public IP addresses to one WAN port and direct the traffic to different VMs on the LAN.
Thanks,

Jeff
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christsisCommented:
Absolutely, this is done with NAT policies instead of assigning an additional IP address on the actual interface. The public server wizard can easily configure all the settings for you or you can do it by hand.
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christsisCommented:
Here are screenshots of the two NAT policies you would need for creating the one to one NAT for one of the virtual machines. This assumes X1 is the WAN interface. VM1 Public is an address object for the public IP of the virtual machine, VM1 Private is an address object for the internal IP.  

NAT Policy 1

NAT Policy 2
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