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Allow a public IP to "pass-through" a Sonicwall TZ190

Aaron
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Here's the scenario.  

Usable Public IP range:  0.0.0.2 - 0.0.0.5
Sonicwall TZ190 in place, runs DHCP, hands out 172.16.233.100-200
WAN interface of TZ190 is 0.0.0.2

I have an internal device that has to utilize one of the public IP's (0.0.0.3).  Re-cabling that device is not an option, the change must be made on the Sonicwall if possible.  I need to have 0.0.0.3 pass through the TZ190 with no restrictions so the device can utilize it.

Here's what I've tried (unsuccessfully):
-Created WAN zone object with 0.0.0.3
-Created LAN zone object with 0.0.0.3
-Ran public server wizard these objects with the services set to   Any->Any

Firewall gurus, please point me in the correct direction.
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