I have a pool of public IP addresses of 203.82.x.x/28 which is running with PAT/Overload with a private IP subnet of 172.22.x.x on a Cisco 2900 series router.
The radio modem Ethernet link connects to the router interface with a public IP address, and the LAN connects to another interface of the router with a private IP address; a simple configuration.
I know I can split the connection from the radio modem, and put it directly into my LAN switch, using the public network with my LAN hosts. It works fine.
I wonder, how do I bypass the NAT configuration so that I can just change LAN hosts IP addresses to public IP addresses and access the Internet directly, without splitting the connection from the radio modem?
Please correct me If I am thinking wrong.