Hello All, Pulling my hair out for hours with trial and error here, any help is greatly appreciated! My ISP (10E fiber gateway) has provided me with the following: Interconnect address: *.*.*.82 (my end of a /30) Block: *.*.*.192/27 I need to one to one nat the /27 to different hosts. I have configured WAN1 with the interconnect address, and added a static route for the /27 block, with their end of the interconnect (.81) as the gateway. No dice on the one to one. (yes the firewall rules are in place) The /27 packets are making it to me, but thelogs show them dropped (policy violation) If I run the connection through a switch, and use WAN1 as the interconnect, and WAN2 as the first address in the block. (.193) then port forwarding works fine to multiple /27 hosts, but still no one to one nat to them I am likely just missing an obvious concept in routing here... I can do this with a pix, but can this linksys do what I am asking?