I have a small network on a single VLAN 10. It's a 192.168.100.x network with a firewall/NAT sitting at .254. Our company relies on some data feeds that are brought into the network via dedicated circuits (T1's). The routers for those dedicated circuits have a static address in the 192.168.100.x network (for example: 192.168.100.15). We need to connect to servers on the other side of those dedicated circuits, but I'm not sure how to accomplish this.
I'm looking to add a static route that says if one of the clients in my 192.168.100.x network attempts to access a computer that exists on a AAA.BBB.CCC.X Class C network, that it always uses the dedicated router at 192.168.100.15 as its gateway.
Can anyone provide some help for this?