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2 wan static ip addresses - how to set up with one shaw modem

I have a customer that has two static IP addresses from Shaw and a small range of dynamic IP addresses that I would like to set up for them. Currently they are using only one of the static IP addresses. I would like to use the other static IP address in a way that would allow me to set a default gateway of the second IP address for all the workstations on the network but still comunicate with the server.

Since I only have one WAN connection (Shaw cable modem) I am unsure of how to configure this. What hardware will I need to set this up?

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Istvan KalmarSenior Network EngineerCommented:
what said the ISP, could you post the paper?

Subnet mask, gw?
johnbowdenAuthor Commented:
I was able to set this up without any problems. I used two routers that were plugged into a 5 port switch and a network cable running from the 5 port switch to the shaw modem. Set the statics for each router, set the default gateway in DHCP on the server, restarted the pc and all is good.

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