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Split Public IP range on SonicWall TZ 205

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I have been assigned the following set of public IP's by my ISP:
Gateway: 74.125.224.73
Usable IP's: 74.125.224.74-74.125.224.78
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.248

I have set the WAN IP on the SonicWall to 74.125.224.74.
I want to assign 74.125.224.78 to a second router (Cisco) for my VOIP network on port X4.

How can I accomplish this with the SonicWall?
Also, can it be dome without the SonicWall?
Thanks for your help.
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You could do this by simply connecting the Cisco to the modem directly along with your SonicWall.  If you modem has one port you may need to put a switch inbetween the three devices.
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Thanks. I think I was over complicating it.
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