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Attach Connect Leased Line to My office LAN Network

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    Exclamation Attach Connect Leased Line to My office LAN Network

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    I have a connect leased line of 2 mbps with static ip address . and also have client server network in office with almost 50 clients and server running windows server 2008r2 . Now i want to attach this leased line to share it over my network on all clients. All clients have their specific fixed ip addresses as per our server configuration. Connect company had provided us with a modem which has a wan port and 4 lan ports. I have switch of dlink with 4 lan ports. now if i connect the lan port of modem to my switch the internet does not work on my network further my local network also stops working. Somebody has told me that as the ISP is providing static IP i need to have a router to share that internet over my LAN of office.
    Please help whether it is correct that i will need an additional router for the same. If yes then please suggest a good router i can purchase.

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    Try disabling IPv6 completely and also check for your firewall rules. I understand this is a bit of a delayed response but I believe this response would help those who come here looking for resolution to similar problem.

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    Your firewall on the server needs to allow those IPs to leave the network and connect to the internet.

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