At work our ISP has given us a block of IPs and I was wondering how I go about mapping them. Currently out setup is that the ISPs fiber goes into out router which is then routed throughout the office.
They have given us the following information...
Subnet is: x.x.x.x/28 next-hop x.x.x.x
Usable IP Range: x.x.x.x - x.x.x.x
Gateway: x.x.x.x Broadcast: x.x.x.x Subnetmask: 255.255.255.240
I was wondering how I go about mapping this information to our router. I'm not expecting anyone to give me a step by step guided tour but what information I should be looking to set on the router's configuration.
Once setup is it possible to allow a computer on the network behind the firewall to utilize all of these IPs for binding requests to?
EDIT: The end goal is to have one server that can bind outgoing requests to different IPs assigned to me from the ISP. One and only one server needs this and it will be behind the router. It's currently running Windows Server 2008. It still needs to access internal network resources. So I don't need a specific IP to be routed to a computer internally. I just want to be able to bind a request to one of the IPs given to me from my ISP.
The router in question is a Cisco/Linksys RV016. You can find firmware emulator here... ui.linksys.com/files/RV016/1.2.3