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Any way to assign two IPs with different DHCP settings on my network setup?

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http://serverfault.com – I currently have a router (Netgear WNDR3700 with DD-WRT; let's say its hostname is host1) and all the devices are behind its NAT. WAN \ \ host1 (dmz) <router>———[server] / | / | [pc] [laptop] My ISP is setting static IP addresses with dynamic DHCP and it's determining which IP address should I get by the hostname. The first static IP is assigned to the host1 hostname and I've set the 'host1' hostname to my router. I've got a second IP address and my ISP has set it to the host2. How do I assign the second IP (HowTos)