I'm looking for a router which will support 3 usable wan addresses. By that I mean one assigned as a static gateway address, plus a /30 (with two usable addresses) has also been assigned.
The desired outcome is to use all three addresses and have them route (via port forwarding and NAT) to an internal network on multiple TCP/UDP ports.
For the purposes of example only:
wan 1: x.x.x.1 would need to be routed to internal IP 192.168.1.1 (on multiple ports - ie: via rule setup)
wan 2: x.x.x.2 routed to 1.2 on multiple ports
wan 3: x.x.x.3 routed to 1.3 on multiple ports
All destination ports can be on the same local networks - eg: 192.168.1.x
Wan (ISP) network is via NBN modem acting as a bridge (only).
So in short; I need a router that will support 3 static WAN IP address, each hosting multiple services that can be routed internally on multiple ports.
Is there an TP-link router that will allow for this?