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Connecting LAN to a new leased line

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A client has just had a new leased line installed to replace their old ADSL connection.

The leased line provider has left us with a switch and the following details. I now need to connect the LAN with all its servers and PCs to the new connection.

I have a netgear nighthawk router which I have previously nstalled dd-wrt onto. How do I now configure the router to allow for a proper connection.

Any help would be appreciated.

Gateway IP: ***.***.131.137

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Loopback IP: ***.***.130.44 /32
WAN Block: ***.***.128.94          /30
LAN Block: ***.***.131.136 /29
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ADSL IP: ***.***.124.175/32
ADSL Username: username@connect.online
ADSL Password: *password*
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The router's WAN info should be:

IP x.y.131.138
subnet mask: 255.255.255.248
GW IP x.y.131.137

Obviously, can also be quickly tested with a laptop with a LAN connection with that info.
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Many thanks. That worked for me.
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