I'm upgrading to gigabit fiber (from cable) and looking to upgrade my home LAN to 10 gigabit in the process. The ISP told me to choose whatever router I want, but there's one wrinkle: I'm running a web server, and any router I buy would need to support assigning a dedicated IP address to one of the machines. Would it make sense for me to buy a 1 gigabit router for the ISP service and then connect a 10G capable switch for my internal LAN stuff? Or more sense to buy a 10G capable router and wire everything to it? Thanks in advance for any advice - I have zero experience with anything above Cat 5 speeds, so I appreciate any ideas!