Below, relevent quotes from Century Tel:
If each device needs a unique, real IP address... if NAT won't suffice... then the only option that I am aware of is a Cisco 827 or Cisco 1720-ADSL. The benefit of the Cisco 1720-ADSL is that it has the capability of adding a T-1 card to it later, so it could be used for your T-1 connection. The downside is that it is quite a bit more expensive than the Cisco 827. Either device will allow you to connect to our Internet service via PPP over Ethernet, and route a block of addresses to the inside Ethernet LAN of your network. Both devices have a built-in ADSL modem, so you will not need the Westell 516 modem. Since you have more than one device that needs a live IP address, you will need to get a .248 subnet routed to you. This will give you 6 usable IPs. One will go on the inside Ethernet port of the Cisco router, giving you 5 IPs for your devices.
Our basic service is $79.99 per month. Each USABLE static IP address is an extra $20 per month. (we do not charge for the unusable network and broadcast IPs) We are a Cisco "Premier Certified Partner" and we can sell you the equipment, if you wish.
Cisco 1720-ADSL router $1418.72
3 year SmartNet contract $403.92 (optional)
The SmartNet contract gives you next business day replacement for 3 years, plus 3 years of toll-free support from cisco, and free software (IOS) updates. Works out to about $11 per month... pretty good deal and highly recommended. The above router would work for a T-1 connection later, but it would require a T-1 CSU/DSU card. That would be another $837.
Option two would be to get a Cisco 827 router. This router can't work for T-1 service, but would be cheaper.
Cisco 827 $543.21
3 year SmartNet $252.45
SmartNet is a little spendy for this device. :-( Installation assistance for either device would be 2 hours @ $95/hr. This would include the programming and testing it with your login ID and password with a live ADSL connection, and shipment to your location, ready to "plug and play". The price of the router includes the router and shipping. What is included in the set up was covered in the other e-mail: "Installation assistance for either device would be 2 hours @ $95/hr. This would include the programming and testing it with your login ID and password with a live ADSL connection, and shipment to your location, ready to 'plug and play'." You are welcome to get the equipment elsewhere. I realize that there are better prices out there for Cisco equipment. Every catalog has them. We do not provide installation assistance for products not purchased from us, though. But we have no problem with it if you want to do it on your own. We are happy to sell you the DSL Internet service, with or without our equipment and configuration help.