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Adding a second dynamic IP to Residential Internet

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Adding a second dynamic IP to Residential Internet

Any chance of being able to provision a second address?  I didn't see any mention if it on the rate card.  Modem is an ARRIS TG1682G in bridge mode.

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Re: Adding a second dynamic IP to Residential Internet

You couldn't get a second public / WAN IP address on that gateway anyway.... Why not just use private IP's on the LAN of that device out of bridge mode ?



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Re: Adding a second dynamic IP to Residential Internet

No NAT in bridge mode.  Use case is ease/convenience (and fall back options) for gradually  migrating over to a new FW, without disrupting existing critical employment connectivity.