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Hi @patux80 

 

On the external interface pointing towards the ISP you have to use one address of the /30 subnet. With the other 16 addresses you can then do whatever you want:

  • Use one or more single (/32) addresses for loopbackinterfaces which you use for global protect or IPSec VPN for example
  • Use these addresses with NAT rules to make internal/DMZ servers publicly available
  • Create a DMZ zone where you place servers that will get IPs of this public /28 subnet
  • Split the /28 in 2 /29 and use one for a DMZ and the others for NAT
  • ...

Hope this helps.

 

Regards,

Remo

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