Wrexham's reward for reaching the second round of the FA Cup is a home tie against either Stevenage or Maidstone United.
League Two Stevenage must go to Isthmian League Premier side Maidstone for a replay on 20 November after being held 0-0 at the weekend.
Wrexham earned their place with a 3-0 win over Woking, thanks to goals from Neil Ashton, Wes York and Andy Bishop.
The second-round ties will be played on 5, 6, 7 and 8 December.
"Everyone would say to get a home tie you'd be happy and I'm no different," said Wrexham manager Kevin Wilkin.
"I'm pleased with that home tie to start off with and whoever we play it gives us a great opportunity.
"It's a welcome distraction to the league campaign and obviously it's a very lucrative competition, and the money we've generated through the three games we've played so far is obviously very welcome."