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How do I configure a Sonicwall TZ215 to work with unmanaged AT&T fiber?  I need to be able to communicate out on a /30 scheme while our actual public IP block is a  /28

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How do I configure a Sonicwall TZ215 to work with unmanaged AT&T fiber?  I need to be able to communicate out on a /30 scheme while our actual public IP block is a  /28
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configure the primary wan interface for the /30 network - (this would be your datalink IP)

add the /28 network using static ARP

https://support.software.dell.com/kb/sw3726

then configure static routing for the /28 block

https://support.software.dell.com/kb/sw7621

this should do it for you
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