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RV042 with a CIDR Block Possible?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by nrotschafer, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. nrotschafer

    nrotschafer Guest

    Ok so I have a CIDR block from my ISP. I would like to utilize this with my RV042 instead of purchasing a new router. Can this be done. Here is some of the info.

    The RV042 would have to be configured with the following info:

    External IP:

    Now I know this would work fine with just this IP, but my ISP is also send me the IPs in the range through so this is the info I have on that

    CIDR Block:
    First Usable:
    Last Usable:

    Of course these numbers are modified to protect me but they are correct. So if I set up the WAN side of the RV042 like the first set then do I just create 1 to 1 NAT for the range I get and utilize them that way? Does that work? Or is there another way to do this? Thanks so much for your help! My experience is in the Cisco IOS side.

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