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Cisco Meraki Internet IP with Gateway on Different Subnet

We have an existing internet ip pool at our datacenter and ordered an additional pool. They tied this pool to one of our existing IP's to use as the gateway.

The meraki won't allow the config because it's complaining about the gateway and ip being on different subnets. How can I get around this?

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"They tied this pool to one of our existing IP's to use as the gateway. "
What does that mean?  They are not really internet IP addresses if there's a public IP gateway in between.  
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They are public IP's ... but they route them through one of my existing public IP's so that IP is used as the gateway. I don't like this solution ... i've seen other places like OVH use it and it's always a pain in the ass to get devices configured to talk because they expect the gateway to be on the same network as static ip subnet.
Can you show us a diagram, detailing what IP ranges sit where, please?
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