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Thu, Nov 26, 2020 1:55 AM

Would it be possible to get two static IP addresses?

As the name suggests, would it be possible to get two static IP addresses? My home network plan is to have two routers connected to my modem, one R7800 running ddwrt and another opnsense router being virtualized in esxi. I plan to have the R7800 handle my regular devices and computers and just VPN into the other router whenever I need to access my esxi VMs or other servers.

I know this setup is possible, but it's up to AT&T whether or not I get the two IPs.

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17.9K Messages

2 months ago

You can buy 8 not 2

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2 Messages

2 months ago

That seems somewhat silly. What if I just settle for ddns and try to take two IPs through DHCP. Would that cause any issues?

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17.9K Messages

2 months ago

They are sold in blocks of 8 with 5 usable if I recall correctly. 

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Employee

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16.8K Messages

2 months ago

Static IP, smallest block is 8 with 5 usable for $15 per month plus $99 installation charge.

1st year total cost would be $279... ((12x15)+99)

then $180 per year after plus month internet charge.

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