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Range of IP address for whitelist

I have Verizon FIOS - I don't have a static IP.
How can I give a vendor a list of my possible IP address for a whitelist?
I can get my current IP. But doesn't it change over time?
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Ask Verizon why you have to whitelist your IP. That is their job. Are you spamming others or sending out great gobs of email?

A long time ago my ISP purchased a block of IP addresses that had been blacklisted. They had to fix it. It was not my responsibility.
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I need to give it  - so they can open the IP address so I can query their DB.
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That could work, but in 10 years, I have never had to do that.
my clients are on charter and they change the IP number on a regular basis

this solution has worked great.  I use router with DD-WRT and it is seamless
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Verizon says my IP stays the same till I reset the router.
So I will give the vendor my current IP and if it resets, will give the new one.
Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.