Second IP address for my network

I requested a second IP address from our ISP. They said it will be assigned to our site the following way:

Modem IP:
Router IP:
Five extra IP addresses:
IP 1:
IP 1:
IP 1:
IP 1:
IP 1:

After they get them assigned, I should be able to ping these IPs internally, correct?
Is there any special configuration that I have to do in the router for these IPs?
Router is Netgear Prosafe Dual WAN FVS336Gv2
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Benjamin MOREAUProject ManagerCommented:
Your ISP will route all your new IP on your WAN public IP of your Netgear.

After that you only need to configure rule to say that traffic sended on you IP xxx.5 will be redirect to LAN server (or 1-to-1 NAT)..
TlingitAuthor Commented:
Thanks for you fast response.

First question. Once they have them assigned, I should be able to ping the second IP internally, correct? They are saying the IPs are assigned and I am asking where are they? Currently I can't ping the second IP address. I can ping the Gateway IP address for the modem and I can ping the router IP address assigned to the router, but not the newly assigned IP address. Seems like if they say they assigned it, I should then be able to ping it internally.

Second question. How do I configure in my router to route the second IP address to a specific server?
Benjamin MOREAUProject ManagerCommented:
First Q : No, you can't because your firewall have no rules to allow ping on your new IP.
You have to create :
- a rule to allow ping from "ANY" & destination "xxx3" for exemple
- a rule to redirect ping from "ANY" & dest "xxx3" to a LAN server (or firewall to test).

Second Q : I don't know "Netgear" routers but i found that :

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TlingitAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Both of your suggestions worked. I opened up ports temporarily and I am now able to ping these new assigned IP addresses.
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