Ok so here is my network setup and after I explain that I will explain what I am trying to do. I have a comcast business class cable modem/router with a block of 5 static WAN IP addresses. This router is set up as a passthrough with no DHCP to a Zywall USG 100 firewall/router we are using this as our main router and DHCP server, this router's WAN interface uses the first static IP in our block. Then the Zywall is connected to a 24 port unmanaged gigabit switch which all of our devices are connected to. Most of our devices are simple configs just using DHCP for internet access. What I am trying to do currently is put a single server (a couple more later but one for now) outside our LAN using one of the unused static WAN IP addresses. I have been struggling with this for hours and need assistance (please I beg you!) I created a virtual interface of my main WAN interface using one of the spare static IP's... it is working because if I navigate to it in my browser it brings up the zywall login page. Now I just need to get NAT to pass that IP over... I would like to actually be able to set the static within windows on the server so that virtual interface is essentially a bridge. I have no idea how to do this though.