Here is my situation. We have a range of 5 IP's given to us by our
ISP.
We have grown considerably in the last few years and I have used those
up
and require more IP's. My ISP has given me a brand new range of 30
addresses. My thought was to setup a third NIC, put the public
address on
it and turn NAT on. So the third NIC wouldn't be a DMZ but would act
just
as my other public NIC works by passing external requests for web
sites
internally. Well it isn't natting anything for me. My question is,
can
this scenerio work? My other thought was can I bind my new router
address
to my existing public NIC and then add new NAT entries into my
existing
NAT list only with the new IPs? Or thought three was, can I setup my
new
IP range on my existing public NIC and NAT the OLD IPs through the new

range?

HELP! TIA.