Dual WAN address router

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by chaswood, May 31, 2009.

  1. chaswood

    chaswood Guest

    We have just set up a Sharepoint client access site. Because we wanted our
    clients to access it with a different URL, we got a 2nd public IP address
    from our ISP (old: x.x.45.146/22 plus new: x.x.143.10/22). Their premises
    equipment is straight pass-thru and delivering both addresses to one LAN side
    ehternet port.

    We are looking for a good quality router that can be set up with these 2
    static ip addresses on the WAN port and NAT each one to separate addresses on
    the LAN side (i.e. x.x.45.146 -> 192.168.16.10 and x.x.143.10:3150 ->
    192.168.16.11:3160).

    Can anyone suggest what is the best router for the least $ (cost is a
    factor)? I'm leaning toward Cisco because I'm pretty decent with IOS, but
    dual WAN IP capability is not an easy spec to find when comparing devices
    (there are a number of devices with 2 physically separate WAN ports, but this
    in not what we need).

    We're also looking at Sonicwall and Fortinet.

    All help is greatly appreciated!
     
    chaswood, May 31, 2009
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