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How set up bridged PPPoE device...like a T1?

Sorry I don't really understand this very well, we have a DSL connection here and it doesn't set up like connections we have used in the past.  Our ISP says you cannot just assign the static IP straight to the interface, they said you have to use PPPoE, but that the static IP part is like a T1 and we have a pool of addresses.  I think he might have said we are bridged?  Basically we have a pool of IPs that are 209.x.x.x/29 and we have a PPPoE username and password.  I want to have a static IP on my interface for a webserver.  I don't know how to make it work.  I have a small linksys, and I understand that I possibly need a higher-end router to handle this sort of connection.  Can someone help out?
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They said they have a block assigned to us but there isn't a primary IP for us to use, we just have the whole block and have to log in PPPoE.  After yellng through a couple levels of tech support, they just added a static on their end so when we login it just connects like srico_gisd was saying...those jerks.