Multiple Static IP

I have just received several Static IP addresses from my ISP, what kind of router for the best price do I need to finish setting up my network at my office?

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If you have to ask ....

Given how much information is missing in this question, you likely need to find someone local to you to help.

Bridged or routed?

How big a block?

How many computers get exposed directly vs 1 to 1 NAT vs 1 to many NAT?

And very likely someone needs you to answer the "why" of the last question to make sure you aren't making a big mistake.

Figure $150 or so for a decent router. (But I'm making a LOT of assumptions here based on lack of real knowledge.) More depending on features. Less if you don't really need "several Static IP addresses".

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