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Dlink DSL-2640T dual ip address problem

When i configured my dlink dsl-2640T adsl modem/router with two ip addresses, router nat primary range but did not perform nat on secondry range,
my primary range is 172.16.20.5/224 and secondry range is 172.16.20.46/240
what should i do???

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ftp://files.dlink.com.au/products/DSL-504T-GenII/QuickInstallGuide/DSL-504T_C3_QIG_v2.00.pdf

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