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Is there any way to set a router to simply redirect all traffic to another wan IP address? For example, I have a static wan ip of xx.xxx.xxx.123 and I want to forward all traffic to xx.xxx.xxx.124

This has nothing to do with port forwarding. Basically, we are moving static ips and this scenario is similar to a temporary change of address scenario, where we want all mail to temporarily forward to another address for a couple days.

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Short answer: Yes.

Longer answer: What kind of router are you using? If you're using a Cisco router you may be able to use Policy Based Routing, Cisco gives a few examples.

You can set up a static route in the routing table on a Cradlepoint MBR95, Page 65 of the PDF Manual gives screenshots and instructions.

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Cradlepoint MBR95 or I have some apple routers. –  user190084 May 22 at 23:58
    
Thank you very much. –  user190084 May 23 at 17:01

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