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    Hi all,
    Looking for a good L3 switch to break up a single nic connection (multiple WAN IPs) from an fiber ISP to a router. The incoming circuit is a 200Mb symmetrical, might scale to 300-400Mb one day. Would VLAN each of the NICs on the switch, and then bring them individually to the untangle.

    Thanks!!

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    No need for a switch as the connection can be divided internally on the Untangle by using IP aliases on the WAN. Then using 1:1 NAT for directly traffic to each IP.
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    Thanks jcoffin.
    Do you have any articles with steps on how to achieve this?

    In the future though, I might be bringing in more than 1Gb/S on the incoming fiber circuit. Only using one gigabit NIC on the ONT will create a limitation here; I think that's where the switch will become useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgr225 View Post
    Do you have any articles with steps on how to achieve this?
    https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/1:1_NAT
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