I have an ISP being delivered to us over a set (4 devices) of bridged Ubiquity Devices. So the IP coming into the WAN port of the RV082 is a public IP (126.96.36.199-4) riding on a private IP (188.8.131.52). My problem is I can't get access to the private IP to manage the devices. (all ips are fake) The set up is now ISP bridge (20.20.20.x) to RV082 WAN (184.108.40.206 to RV082 LAN (220.127.116.11) to UT box external (18.104.22.168) Prior to this I had a Untangle box where the RV082 was. So the bridge subnet (22.214.171.124-4) was delivering the public IP (126.96.36.199) to the external nic of the Untangle box. All I had to do on the Untangle box was add the private IP (188.8.131.52) as an alias to the external network and I had access to the private bridge devices. Ive scratched now for several days and all I can find is "don't use Alias on the RV products" and use One-To-One Nat. I've tried adding one-to-one nat rule of 184.108.40.206 => 220.127.116.11 in the RV082 and it works for me to get access to the bridge devices. The problem is the rest of the network looses internet connection. It appears that the 1to1 nat is forcing all network traffic to the bridge network which is not connected to the internet. I must be missing a link or need to add another rule somewhere but cannot figure this out. How can I have access to the bridged network (20.20.20.x) carrying the ISP and continue to route my network traffic through the ISP IP set in the RV082?