We have a block of static IPs that are utilized by a few different routers -- one provided by our VoIP company, one provided by Verizon (used mostly for the TVs / guest wifi), and one that goes to our SonicWall TZ210.
I have a zone set up on a different port in the SonicWall -- a sort of DMZ, set up for apps that are separated from our LAN. However, until now, this wasn't used for anything public-facing. It was a development subnet where folks are building apps in VMs, etc.
However, now we need to interface with an outside system that requires an IP address. I'd prefer not to give them the IP address of our entire SonicWall, but would rather assign a specific static IP to that DMZ subnet. This way, I can port forward from that static IP to the machine in question directly and block all other traffic (traffic is current blocked between the WAN and this subnet).
Any thoughts on how I might be able to go about doing this? Again, this is a SonicWall TZ210 with the latest version of SonicOS.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give!