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comment NSA 220 “Arping entire block”
The cable modem is provided by cox and is not a router. The router we purchased is NSA 220 is directly connected to modem. For some reason they have insisted we use netmask .224. This makes sense because both of IPs assigned are in that block. But it doesn't make sense with the tracert and how they now tell us we need to create two separate interfaces - one for each IP. And they are insistent that they both need to use that same netmask which afaik is not a valid configuration. I think I will try to just use netmask .252 and set up two interfaces in the sonicwall.
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comment NSA 220 “Arping entire block”
They have also told me that I may need to have two interfaces defined and they insisted after repeated questioning that both need to have a .224 subnet. This all sounds very incorrect to me. Thank you for your help.
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