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Need 2 IP addresses (Or something)

Need 2 IP addresses (Or something)

Need 2 IP addresses (Or something)

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Hey All,
      Looking for some real network guru's.  Here's my situation, I have a small network consisting of 9 servers which I have running off broadband. Were running Citrix Metaframe FR2.  Here's the problem, the company I work at has tightened their firewall and is blocking port 8181 which is used by my Citrix Secure Gateway. I have only 1 IP address and I am using port forwarding (only forward one port at a time).  Hense the reason I was using port 8181 which is now secured.  I was thinking that if I bought a dual wan router such as the Nexland Pro800 turbo I could add a second cable line and use the second IP and forward it two the CSG.  Does this make sense or am I off base here.  I would appreciate any help you guys have..

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