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Re: 516V6 do I need a DHCP Pool and 2 IP's?
Depends what you're trying to do with it.
If you want to use the modem as a NAT router/gateway, then yes you will want a DHCP pool unless you want to manually assign IP addresses to all your network devices.
If you're using the modem in bridge mode (ie: with a separate router), then it doesn't matter. Leave it the way it is or delete it, won't make any difference.
Actually, in your screenshot it shows "Use DHCP Server: Disabled" so I assume you have the modem in bridge mode?
As for the static IPs, those are the IPs assigned to the modem on the ethernet interface. In other words, these are the IPs you use to access the modem configuration pages. Unless your LAN is in a different subnet from 192.168.1.0/24 or 10.0.0.0/24, I'd just leave those alone.