I have two routers connected to each other. Both the routers are connected to the WAN using two different ISPs.
Router A is used for the day to day browsing in the office while Router B is connected to a web server that serves pages to public.
When someone from Router A wants to access our website from Router B, the connection is getting through the WAN. I want to redirect that particular through the LAN instead. Is there any way to do it using the Router A (D-Link DIR-655)?
To summarise, if people in the office want to access pages from 184.108.40.206 (WAN of Router B), the traffic should go through Router B, which resolves the request locally. Router B is a client under Router A.
This is the network map: