This was their response:
Network IP *.*.135.188/30
Subnet Mask *.*.255.252
Host IP's *.*.135.189 & *.*.135.190 (Usable IP's)
Most likely a litle bit late for posting the outcome, but basicaly a /30 just means you have 2 IPs, one will be your gateway and the other will be your public IP..
in your case posted 135.189 = Gateway IP and 135.190 will be your public IP which you will have access to the internet.
Now my real question would be.
Based on the following scenario how could i resolve this issue i am having at the moment?
My Provider gave me 2 different blocks /30 ips in order to use simultaneously on my mikrotik..
Block 1 = 189.xxx.xx2.90/30
Block 2 = 201.xxx.xx9.124/30
Both IPs are sent on one single fiber connection direclyt from ISP provider to my mikrotik.
At the moment i am only using block1 , working fine, but now i have come to the needs of activating block2 , but on another mikrotik device on another place..
Any ideas on how i can transport this block2 from my Main Mikrotik device to my second mikrotik device on a different location ?
ATM i have MIKROTIK1 -CCR1009 SPF1 port authenticated with Block1 Public Static IP running, then i have on the same CCR SFP+ device connecting to another Mikrotik2-CCR1036 both connected via SPF+ 10G at a 20mile distance.
both Mikrotik1 and mikrotik2 are connected via VLAN interface, but now i have the need to enable block2 static public IP on Mikrotik2 CCR1036.
Any ideas or help is appreciated, as i am kind of lost on this one.
i know i can create a bridge on Mikrotik1 and public both "block1 and block2" IP/addresses on that Bridge Ports but would be only on Mikrotik1 (also the purpose of Bridge is to bridge physical and virtual interfaces) and not IP/addresses blocks on the same physical interface.