this is using Juniper SSG 140 firewall. As for the interfaces, only 2 - one for WAN (untrusted) and the other one for LAN (trusted), are in use. We were subscribing an Internet line with 32 public IPs - x.y.z.160/27. The ISP told us to use x.y.z.161 on untrusted interface and use x.y.z.162 as default gateway. We have almost used up the remaining public IPs as MIP (port-forwarding) and all are working fine. For example, we configured x.y.z.165 to map with 192.168.1.80 web server, and web browsing from Internet is working fine.
Now, The ISP gave us one additional segment of 8 public IPs - x.a.b.88/29. How can we make use of these IPs for port-forwarding? As we even try to configure MIP, for example, configure x.a.b.92 to map to a web server 192.168.1.80, and browsing from Internet doesn't work.
Thanks in advance.