5 IP addresses from DSL modem, two routers
I have a customer using CenturyLink DSL. His DSL modem only has one physical ethernet port providing 5 static IP addresses. I need to pass these IP addresses to multiple routers. Customer will be running two separate and distinct Sweepstakes systems. I need to be able to isolate them so each server has it's own dedicated static IP. I cannot use DHCP, nor can I stack routers. Is there a switch that I can use that will take the 5 IP addresses from the ISP, pass them thru to multiple routers, so I can keep my two systems separate? I guess what I'm asking is I need to turn one physical ethernet connection into at least two ethernet connections, each with its own IP address.