This is the first time I am encountering this, and it has me a bit confused as to how to set this up. I think I might need a new router to accomplish this. I have a Cisco RV325
The local ISP has me setup with a Fiber line just installed. I am only familiar with configuring a small business router with a static IP block.
The configurations I have from my ISP for my static IP's is similar to the below.
Customer Layer 3 IP Information (WAN BLOCK) Link IP Address: 10.10.10.140/30 Gateway: 10.10.10.141 Layer 3 IP: 10.10.10.142 Layer 3 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.252
Customer Usable IP Information (LAN BLOCK) Usable IP Block: 10.10.10.192/29 Usable IP Ranges: 10.10.10.193-198 Usable Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.248
If this were a typical ISP transparent bridge setup, I would have no problem setting up this internet connection.
I am confused as to how I would configure a link from router WAN port to switch and then set up my public IP block. I am starting to think it is not possible with the RV325.
I would need natting on one of the static IPs. Any suggestion on where to head in the right direction? Do I need to order a better router with more enterprise features?
Any push in the right direction would be incredibly helpful.
The only thing I can think of is setting up my WAN as a static IP, and then a VLAN with my subnets but then I can't figure out how to have my static IP block routed to my local network. I am just confused, and I haven't looked at routing information like this in ages.