|Most residential locations cannot have static IP addresses or even more than 1 Dynamic address assigned per device (modem in this case). What you would need to do is to get another internet connection at the same location. Since you seem to be the one eating up the bandwidth, it would be completely fair if your landlord made you pay for the second connection (it would also be the morally right thing to do as well). If you are paying for it, have them run the cable line into an areas that you have access to and have them connect the new modem there. You would then connect your router into this modem and you're done. |
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