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Multiple front-end IPs with RAX80

Atomicorp
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Multiple front-end IPs with RAX80

Our ISP assigned us about 13 static IP addresses, of which we're currently only using 1.  We have the RAX80 router and were wondering if it supports using multiple IPs so that we can set up some honeypot servers on the front-end outside of our office network.

 

Does anyone know if this is do-able with the RAX80, or any Netgear product?

Model: RAX80|Nighthawk AX8 8-Stream WiFi Router
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schumaku
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Re: Multiple front-end IPs with RAX80

Not a single Netgear consumer router does support multipe IP addresses on the WAN side (resp. a WAN subnet) - this includes the Netgear BR500 "business" router btw, too.  

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schumaku
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Re: Multiple front-end IPs with RAX80

Not a single Netgear consumer router does support multipe IP addresses on the WAN side (resp. a WAN subnet) - this includes the Netgear BR500 "business" router btw, too.  

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Atomicorp
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Re: Multiple front-end IPs with RAX80

Thank you.  Do you know offhand any Netgear products that do?  I'm looking at the different business solutions but not seeing any that specifically state they support multiple WAN connections.

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schumaku
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Re: Multiple front-end IPs with RAX80

Well, beyond of the consumer stuff and the BR500 (or the Orbi Pro) there is nothing left active. Look elsewhere. For a small business look into e.g. the ZyXEL ZyWALL USG or VPN product line for example and add wireless access points ot the wired LAN. Avoid converted consumer routers btw., too.

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