We're considering two NBN fibre connections to the Internet (NBN is a fibre connection for those of you not living in Australia), with each connection having it's own subnet.
The first connection's subnet is
192.168.0.0/24 and the second's is
10.0.0.0/16. Half of the office will be on one the first subnet using one connection, and the other half will be on the second subnet using the other connection.
I want to ensure that the two subnets are able to talk to one another. For example,
John's computer is
192.168.0.1 and he needs to access resources on the server
Alan's computer is
10.0.2.1 and he needs to access resources on the server
Can this be done by connecting the two separate routers together, or does there need to be a "bridging" router, with the LAN and WAN addresses having a
10.0.x.x addresses and static routing rules configured?