I am trying to set up a subnet in our company.
We got several (10+) Linux servers for computing but we can only get 1 static IP (company policy, 10.x.x.x address). So the idea is to place a routing device in between the network and our servers that gets the only static IP.
Now the only way to my knowledge is that port forwarding can be used to redirect the traffic to the correct server.
While most people are not familiar with Linux, it should be easy that all servers can be accessed at default port 22 (SSH).
In what way can this be arranged?
Worst case solution is to use a VPN but that requires extra software to be installed on each client.