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BT Voyager 205 router

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I am trying to get a BT voyager 205 to act as either a pass through modem or a router that can have a wan ip assigned to both the external and internal face of the device.
This is so that i can setup and run a watchguard soho 6tc vpn device, which requires an external wan ip address to point to. I have successfully done this before with a netgear modem, but this device came with the account from plus.net.

I have 4 static IP's and can get more, but this should be enough.

Any help would be most appreciated.


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