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Contributor VJR3
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Have fios g1100 router with 5 ip address. Want to put 1 ip on router to use with dhcp service for network pc. then want to use 2 router with puplic address connected to same fios g1100.  so i set up like Static NAT  192.168.1.2  and give it a puplic address. then the router behind g1100 will have the puplic address on it. It will not get dhcp address g1100 as the router behind g1100 will be dhcp server correct

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To setup additional static IP's in the G1100 go to Firewall, Static NAT then Add. You can also place a switch between the ONT and the routers and put the statics in each router. 

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with just the g1100 in front of other routers. The other router would use the static puplic address on them, contect to port with that puplic address or with it use the 192.x.x.x address that is static nat to it? 

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Thanks for help

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