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I want to share my internet connection with two computers while the IP given by the vendor is static(or 1 ip). So I doubt that whether using hub/routers(for single input and multiple output ports) I can do it sucessfully or not. As I know for dynamic IP case there is no issue we can do that. But for static IP I really dont know. Can anyone help me on this ..? Thanks in advance ..

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A router will be the best device that can share that static ip that you have from your vendor. Router's will have an option to set it's internet connectivity to static ip and you will just need to put in the static ip address, SM, Default gatewa, and DNS servers from you vendor. And the router will do the rest.

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