I have a WNR3500L Netgear router. Our ISP is Surewest, and they have provided us 5 static IP addresses (66.x.x.106/110). I have setup the router to use 66.x.x.106 as a static IP, and have setup the DHCP subnet to be 10.1.10.2/100.
I have a desktop I use for development on 10.1.10.123 (outside DHCP range). Is it possible to set it up so all traffic to/from 66.x.x.107 (second static IP) goes to 10.1.10.123?
I think the proper term is NAT 1:1, but I can't seem to find this anywhere in the interface. Closest thing is "Static Routes".
(Port forwarding alone isn't enough as we'll have a few machines that all need port 80 for web development testing)