Not sure if anyone is experience with Ubiquiti Edgerouters…
The ISP has provided me 2 public IP’s. For this example, I have Public IP “A” and Public IP “B” assigned to eth0 with Proxy ARP enabled.
ETH1 has LAN subnet A and ETH2 has LAN subnet B. I want LAN subnet A to use Public IP A… LAN subnet B to use Public IP B.
LAN subnet A NAT settings is using masquerade. Working fine, Public IP A comes up using “whatismyip”
Created SNAT rule for LAN subnet B with translation IP of Public IP B, outbound port is eth0. Move this rule ABOVE the masquerade rule. As soon as I do that, LAN subnet B loses internet connectivity.
I know I’m doing this right because I have another edgerouter to test with. When I do this on a DSL line that I have with the same ISP, which I have 2 static IP’s to use. This works perfectly fine. But does not work on this new fiber connection.
I tried calling the ISP, no help at all. However they did make a comment they could only see 1 public IP of mine. Not the other. Another thing to note about this ISP. In the past, they required me to provide the MAC address of a device I wanted the public IP assigned to, it had to be 2 separate devices, could not get them to assign both IPs to the same MAC. However they don’t require this anymore. I’ve called multiple times to verify this.
I’m starting to wonder if this is even possible now? Why would this work perfectly fine on a DSL line and not on this fiber circuit?