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Barracuda NextGen Firewall X


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Example - Configuring a Static WAN Connection

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This article provides example settings to configure an interface for an ISP that statically assigns an IP address for a WAN uplink. For instructions on how to configure a static network interface, see How to Configure Static Network Interfaces.

The static WAN interface and ISP gateway for this example are shown in the following figure:


The interface must be configured on port p4 with an IP address of and a netmask of (or /24). The default gateway of the ISP is

Configure the static network interface with the following settings:

Network InterfaceSelect p4.
IP AddressEnter
ClassificationClick WAN.
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