Here is the documentation on the SOnicwall TZ170 the detail configuration can be found on page 211. Please let me know if this helps you and if youhave any other questions.
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This is not directly possible to do with a TZ170 as the device will only allow configuration for 1 static or dynamic IP at a time for the WAN port. However this being the case, I suggest setting the SonicWALL up as a perimeter firewall and place devices that require the other public IPs form the additional IP range behind the TZ170. Basically the SonicWALL becomes the gateway for the other IPs needed as long as the range of the IP block is contiguous. This would involve using the 4 ports of the LAN on the back of the TZ170 to connect directly to the other devices or if it is more then 4 devices, using a switch connected to the LAN side of the SonicWALL to provide connectivity to the multiple devices behind it. Most TZ170 are licensed for 10 connections on the LAN side and if you require more then 10, additional licenses will need to be purchased. I would be careful pushing too much traffic through a TZ170 as it is designed for Small Business use and will quickly become overloaded with too much traffic causing high latency/traffic bottlenecks and in extreme cases connections being dropped. This is especially true for multiple VPNs.
You need EITHER a static legal IP address, purchased and rented from your ISP OR use a dynamic DNS service to register your system once connected to the internet.
Look up dynamic dns on google.
You also need to be able to set up the belkin to allow requests from outside to be passed to your computer, but remember the hackers! password protect it, restrict the ports in use.
DNs (Domain Name System)
DNS is used for resolving mapping between IP addreses and host names.
Means when you quary for yahoo.com computer only recognize bits and bytes format so but dnd resolves this isssue when it got yahoo.com quary it send request to ip addreses of yahoo.com.
If you change dns ip to that then all quary goes to tht dnd server if it has info for your quary then it forwards to there other wise you get page not found.
1. Check to see if your router is set to obtain DNs as dynamic or static (probably dynamic). Verify the listed primary & secondary DNS servers are correct for your ISP. 2. Check router to see if it acts as DHCP server for your network to assign ip numbers to clients. If so, then verify your computer as dynamic, otherwise set static ip in the same subnet. 3. Verify gateway assignments.