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Routing Multiple IP's over Linksys RV082 router, Linksys WRT150N, Linksys WRT54G

I have a Public address that is assigned to my Linksys RV082 router from my ISP. I purchased 5 additional public addresses they were given to me in a block. I wanted to place one on each router that I have left. How would I attain this?
I have a linksys RV082 router that is in gateway mode that has a private address of 192.168.2.1
I have a linksys WRT150N router that is in router mode that has a private address of 192.168.2.25
I have a linksys WRT54G router that is in router mode that has a private address of 192.168.2.50

These lower routers are extra ones that I would like to use publicly each of them are working and giving the computers connected to them internet access but I would also like to be able to connect other servers to these router and give them forwarding or DMZ or what have you. I have called my ISP and they are unable to help me with this. I have finally gotten my network working as I need it again and don't want to call the ISP again and have them cuase me to reconfgure again incorrectly. Everything else is working just need to be able to route that IP address block that exists on the RV082 out to the other routers on my network. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks for the help that everyone gave on this problem it was greatly appreciated. I have moved on and purchased the Cisco router that a replier had posted earlier. I am having problems with it as well too. So if you wouldn't mind here is the running config file.
running-config-20080610.txt
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arthurposton

Thanks to all you guys that helped with this question.
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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