Then pick up whatever router you'd like, I have not seen one that has not supported DHCP on the internet side.
When VZ says they only support "their" routers, it only means they have emulators/documentation on the few specific routers they sell; IE they only know how to navigate/setup those few. As soon as they learn you are using a different router they will still try to help you, but the specific tech you have on the phone may not know what the screens look like; if they cannot get you up and running using your router, they can only get you up with a single PC. Once they've done that, they've 'proved' its not an issue with their network, but a settings/configuration issue on your "unsupported" equipment.
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