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Sat, May 28, 2022 10:53 PM

BGW210-700 static IPs and Firewall

My question is probably very easy to answer :)

my home network is working great and I like to make it better... here is my set up

BGW210-700 gig speed

Opnsense firewall (or pfsense for folks who are not familiar ) connected to BGW210-700

Switch and all my home network (APs , switches) connected to the firewall 

I've recently purchased 5 static IP package from ATT and had their technician set it up in BGW210-700 modem. 

Firewall Status

Packet Filter Off
IP Passthrough On
NAT Default Server Off
Firewall Advanced Off

Private LAN Subnet

DHCP Server

  •  Off
  •  On
  •                        

Public Subnet

  •  On
  •  Off
  •                        
  •  Off
  •  On
  •                       
Primary DHCP Pool

Cascaded Router

  •  On
  •  Off
  •                        

my OPNsense WAN interface is configured as DHCP . when I try to access my public dynamic ip, I hit my firewall logic page. when I try to access my static ip gateway, I hit modem logic ip 

my goal is access some of my devices through my static ips. I can set up OPNsense rules to expose certain ports via DMZ plan etc. and set up A record for my domain for easy to remember address)

When I go to whatismyip.com , I see my dynamic ip. my exception is to have my static ip, right? What I should change?

THANKS!

ATTHelp

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1 m ago

We can help you get assistance with accessing your devices through the static IPs, droren.

 

We recommend reaching out to the team at our paid service, HomeTech. They provide 24/7 support for a wide range of networking concerns, such as third party equipment, setup, connecting, troubleshooting, and more.

 

If you need help with any other aspect of your service, just let us know. Thank you for visiting the AT&T Community Forums.

 

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