Public IP passthrough on dedicated interface
Our SonicWall NSA 2700 is connected to a single ISP, with two available static Public-IP's allocated by the ISP. Currently we have the WAN interface configured to the first static IP NAT'd to our private network. Now I want to make the second Public IP available to an independent group, but want to limit their bandwidth to 100 Mbps (up/down), from my Gigabit allocation by the ISP. So effectively I want to connect their router to a dedicated port on the NSA 2700 where they see that second allocated public IP but will only receive no more than 100Mbps bandwidth.
Is this config possible and any suggestions?