For now I have 1 static/public IP from my provider and I use an Asus RT-AX92U to forward http to a web server. I will have the opportunity to get several other static IP addresses and I would like to forward the second static IP to another server.
static ip 1 ---> http forwarded to server 1 static ip 2 ---> http forwarded to server 2
I my router, in the "port forwarding" section I don't see a way to handle this. Looks like this router can only handle one static IP.
My question is: Should I buy another router which will be able to handle this (I do not ask for purchasing recommendations, a simple "another router can handle this" is ok) --- or---- should I connect my second Asus RT-AX92U (yes, I have 2 of them) in some way (by creating a route* or such?) --- or any other advise
*I see that there is a "route" section in the router. I can add a route by filling "Network/Host IP", "Netmask", "Gateway", "Metric" and "Interface". Maybe this could answer my question... or not!