I am using an Asus WL-500GPv2. I have a block of 5 static IPs from my ISP.
I would like to configure the router so that the router itself gets 1 IP and NATs traffic for the wireless.
I would then like for ports 1-4 to DHCP serve a specific static IP, 1 per port.
Additionally, I would like to be able to QoS prioritize the traffic by IP
Is this possible?
I currently have a similar setup in place, however I'm serving out NAT addresses and then using iptables to map a public IP to each internal address.
I want to change for a few reasons…I'm looking to get greater separation between devices plugged in to the various interfaces, but more importantly I have a piece of VPN equipment that needs to have a statically assigned public IP. Currently my router is plugged in parallel to this, pulling in the remaining 4 IPs off of the DSL modem. I want to be able to prioritize the VPN traffic over my other network traffic, but I'm unable to do so since the traffic isn't flowing through my router.
QoS rules should be quite simple
1 port/IP is my VOIP box…it gets top priority
1 port/IP is the VPN, it is #2 (at least I want it to be)
1 port is for ad-hoc lan, guest gaming, etc it is #3
the 4th port/IP is my personal network which has it's own down dd-wrt and separate QoS prioritization
Then the WiFi is a lower-security visitor network with lowest priority.