My office doesn't have a "server guy" in employ, so I'm stuck with having to fix server issues for now.
There are 2 servers in our office, both are file/web servers only accessible via LAN. They are currently on the same network, so no issue there. Problem is, we recently got a static IP to use, but it's with a different ISP, so now we have 2 routers in our office.
I would like to open one of the servers to the public as a web/FTP server. But if I hook a server up to the new router, users will no longer be able to access the files shared on that server (because they're on different networks).
How can I go about making one server accessible to the public using the static IP line, but still able to share the files on it to the users connected to the other network?
The server I want to make public is running Windows Server 2008, the other server Windows Server 2003. And as far as I know, IP addresses are assigned by the router.
I'm just a developer, don't know much about networking.