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2 ISP provided IP Addresses

Woodshopguy
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2 ISP provided IP Addresses

I'm am considering a purchase of a pro gaming router.  I'm looking for some assistance with which one to get.  Currently my ISP provides me with 2 static IP addresses.  One for my gaming and 1 for my non-gaming in home network.  

 

Do any of the nighthawk routers accomondate this type of setup?

 

Thanks

 

Model: XR500| Nighthawk Pro Gaming Router
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Netduma-Fraser
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Re: 2 ISP provided IP Addresses

Hi Woodshop, so to clarify you want a router that can handle two separate WAN connections instead of using two separate routers - 1 for each connection?
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Woodshopguy
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Re: 2 ISP provided IP Addresses

Yes, one router, that is because the ISP is not providing 2 cables to the wan, just 2 static IP addresses on the one WAN cable.

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Netduma-Fraser
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Re: 2 ISP provided IP Addresses

I don't believe that is possible, it's quite a rare use case (even more rare for just one WAN cable as far as I'm aware). I can double check but it's unlikely.
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