Can I have more than 10 addresses with a Verizon LTE Internet and Home Phone Router?
jkg1991
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I will be using the Verizon LTE Internet and Home Phone router for a second home in a rural area.   It has a device limit of 10.  For standard security purposes I will have about 8 devices connected.  That leaves few to spare when we are at the home.   Will DHCP on the router only assign 10 addresses?

Is there a way to increase the number of devices.  Could I use a wifi extender and add more devices or add a second router that would allow more connections?

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7e18n1
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> Will DHCP on the router only assign 10 addresses?


DHCP will assign up to 101 IP addresses and you can manually assign up to 152 IP addresses.

 

> Is there a way to increase the number of devices.

 

With internet access through the device, no!

 

> Could I use a wifi extender and add more devices or add a second router that would allow more connections?

 

Not with internet access!  The 10 device limit would ultimately be enforced by a middlebox on Verizon's CGNAT meaning nothing a user can do will change it.

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7e18n1
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> Will DHCP on the router only assign 10 addresses?


DHCP will assign up to 101 IP addresses and you can manually assign up to 152 IP addresses.

 

> Is there a way to increase the number of devices.

 

With internet access through the device, no!

 

> Could I use a wifi extender and add more devices or add a second router that would allow more connections?

 

Not with internet access!  The 10 device limit would ultimately be enforced by a middlebox on Verizon's CGNAT meaning nothing a user can do will change it.

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