Hi, looking for some help with a configuration issue. I have a block of public IPs that I want to route through a Tomato router (moving them from a linux server doing the routing).
This is a DSL connection in which the ISP provides a static IP for the connection and then a separate /28 block of public facing IPs.
WAN IP: x.x.x.x Public IPs: y.y.y.128 to y.y.y.143 Public Subnet: 255.255.255.240 Private Lan: 10.1.1.z (255.255.255.0)
The WAN IP is used to negotiate the connection with the DSL ISP.
What I want to do is route the public IPs (y.y.y.129 through y.y.y.142), based on IP:port combos, to various devices on the Private LAN (10.1.1.z)
y.y.y.130:80 -> 10.1.1.150:80 y.y.y.142:42000 -> 10.1.1.40:12555
The problem I'm having is that the GUI doesn't provide a mechanism for this, and in my research and forum digging I've found references that this can be done, but by setting up the firewall rules under
ADMINISTRATION | SCRIPTS | FIREWALL
- but I can't find an example
Can someone help point me in the right direction? How can I assign the public block (y.y.y.128/28) to the Tomato router and then how can I map traffic to the private LAN (10.1.1.*)?