2 IP addresses - Should I have full 150mbps when only utilizing 1 of the IP adresses?

blazingsaddles
Grasshopper
  1. I'm using IP Passthrough to use an external router. I needed to get a 2nd IP address. I have internet 150. Does the 150mbps get divided between the Shaw router (1st) and a 3rd party router (2nd IP)? 
  2. i.e. Should I be getting 150mbps if strictly using one IP address?

One of the ip (Shaw Router) maxes out at 30mbps download and the external router at 75mbps.

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Re: 2 IP adresses - Should I have full 150mbps when only utilizing 1 of the IP adresses?

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Both IP addresses will share the 150 mbps.   Transfer of

IP1+IP2 < 150 mbps

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Re: 2 IP addresses - Should I have full 150mbps when only utilizing 1 of the IP adresses?

blazingsaddles
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If I am only connected to IP2, should I be getting 150mbps?

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Re: 2 IP addresses - Should I have full 150mbps when only utilizing 1 of the IP adresses?

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Depends what is happening on IP1, and if you are on wifi: how your wifi is performing, which has little relation to how your internet service is doing.

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