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What kind of router is needed to manage static IP addresses?

What kind of model of a router would I buy if I want to manage static IP addresses behind a T-1, DSL, or cable modem? NAT is not a solution. It must be a regular IP address range.
Any router would do the job. You may need to subnet the IP addresses so that you have a separate subnet for the local network then WAN.
This was last published in April 2003

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