Probably asking for the impossible but here goes.
Current home network is being served by an ASUS RT-N66U which in turn is connected to a VM superhub in modem mode.
Wanting to get rid of VM and go for a MIFI based (cheaper payments) I bought the Archer MR600 V2 which works fine and gives me
around 45Mb on 3.
When I connect the MR600 WAN port to the WAN port on the ASUS, instead of getting the 'real' WAN IP I get a DHCP IP in the 192.168 range?
The VM superhub gives me the correct 83.x.x.x WAN IP.
I need the WAN IP on the router as I have various VPN's and DDNS entries within my home network.
Any thoughts please or do I give up and continue with the VM setup?
I had assumes that if the MR600 had a port marked WA then it would have given me the WAN ip to the ASUS?