Dear dslx_tech, Thanks for the reply. The answer you gave was what I was expect from your tech when I chat. Unfortunately what I heard was I only have 1 dyn ip assigned. He stated that the 5 dynamic ip statement was wrong when I ask what that mean. When I ask why your company post that ad if you are not provide 5 dyn ip, he refuse answer it and ask me to talk with sales. He simply said he is not sales so he can not commnet the statement.
At that point I have to clear what the 5 dyn ip means.
I'm new customer and my activation day is not up yet. I just need information what kind of equipmet to prepare to use more then 1 ip. my user id is "younggap".
Could you check wether I can use more then 1 dyn ips and what kind of information available for me to set up like that. I'm willing to buy new router or switch etc if necessary.... Thank you.
dslx_gm Premium,VIP join:2002-12-26 Chatsworth, CA kudos:15
Your account does come with the option of 5 IPS. Personally I like the option of have a router behind the modem that does the PPpoE authentication and assigns an internal IP. I find that it is a more simple configurations and a router adds a level of protection to your computers from the Internet. Most routers will support PPPoE authentication so if you have one it will probably work. If not a cheap Linksys would work well.
If you want to use the 5 dynamic IPs you would just need a hub or switch to put behind the modem. You would then install the software that comes with the modem on all computers and have to login on each computer individually to get online. -- Will work for reviews.
Or you could have multiple routers plugged into the switch/hub That's how I have mine setup. Each router logs in with PPoE and there's no PPoE software to run on the computers. -- Secure-Wifi.Net is now open for buisness in the LA/OC area.