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Diagram 2nd Public IP for 2nd Router

What can you suggest to bring a second public and static IPv4 so I can configure my WAN-A interfase with my primary and an additional secondary IP settings so I can route all the traffic from the secondary IP to the second router (WAN-B), this way the segment 10.0.0.x/24 can receive and sent all the traffic from/trought the secondary IP.

**I want to clarify this is a production network operated by another engineer and myself, our company bring internet service as a WISP in our city, both of us have complete access to control, program and maintain it. (the showed diagram is not the real topology but for illustration purposes I simplify it in that way) **

In IPv6 I know that IPv6 Tunnel Brokers exists and works well but is there something for IPv4 ?

I appreciate your responses!!

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  • can you explain little more. What do you mean by suggested service – infra Jun 18 at 5:28
  • @infra yes, I mean a service like tunnelbroker.net that allows you to have a public IPv6 using IPv4 service. In my case I would like to have a second IPv4 public and fixed address and send and receive all the traffic from the 2nd router trought this IPv4 address – Ovidio Vazquez Jun 18 at 5:37
  • Sorry, I am experience is not enough to provide answer for you. – infra Jun 18 at 6:51
  • Sorry, product or service recommendations or off-topic here. – Zac67 Jun 18 at 12:00
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From what I can gather, you're looking for another /32 of publicly routable space. If so, you will need to contact your provider or even change providers as many residential providers may not be able to offer extra IP space.

  • Yes , you are right.. I call my provider and ask for an additional IP and they confirm they can assign one more IP for an extra fee. That was a surprise to me because when I started using their services, the installer told me they just can supply 1 IP – Ovidio Vazquez Jun 18 at 14:47

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