I just recently got my 2GB Wifi Turris Omnia and I’m very happy with it.
I have a setup where my ISP grants the use of 3 public IPs, but this is not enough for our current devices. So we use the DHCP service on the Turris Omnia. We do however have a server that we’d like to bypass the Turris DHCP and for it to instead use the ISP DHCP for a public IP, thus allowing easier access from the internet.
How can we achieve this the easiest? I tried adjusting interfaces, as well as some VLAN setups, but couldn’t get it to work properly so that the server had an external/public IP. And can it still be easily accessible through the network?
I’m sure this is some quite simple and common configuration, but I couldn’t find the right documentation nor configuration setup for it on the web interface. My experience with Linux is limited, but I do have some technical background. The complexity of more advanced networking was, however, beyond my capabilities.
- ISP fiber connection with up to 3 public IPs (One used for the router)
- A few wire-connected devices using the router DHCP
- Wireless devices using router DHCP
- Server connected with cable, that should bypass router DHCP and instead use the ISP DHCP.
If you can just point me towards the correct documentation, or have some setup I can look at, I’d appreciate it.
Thanks for your time!