Originally Posted by itcomms
Thanks for the info.
so basically when setting up the superhub with a static range of IPs from VM
the first public IP will be assigned to the LAN interface of the Superhub, then any other devices on the network will be setup with the second public IP with a default gateway of the Public IP of the superhub??
if this is the case, then this is easy to setup
once vm give me a range of IPs
Yes that's pretty much it. The first IP gets assigned as a secondary to the Superhub.
Under LAN IP 192.168.0.1 still appears (which DHCP turned off)
Under static subnet is where the routed subnet appears.
Also under Services Firewall features is off and greyed out. Only IPSEC & PPTP pass through and Multicast is enabled.