This may be a dumb question but I cannot find any info on the subject and only just tried this today. I have the CGN2 in bridge mode with port 1 connected to my own custom router/firewall. This has and still is functioning good as normal.
I was doing some testing today and plugged my laptop into one of the other ports on the CGN2 and the laptop got a new public IP different from my firewall. I do remember years ago where rogers would charge for extra IP's (before NAT routers were popular) but I was under the assumption that you could only get 1 IP but it appears I can get 2 and possibly more.
Has anyone else tried this? Does rogers still charge for extra IP's?
Not really an issue...just curious more than anything.
The good question then is.. IF you do get charged, etc for them. May be, they dont specficially have to be assigned/allowed.. but if they are found to be running for a period of time, etc.. they will charge you?