|I run a small business from my home. We have a small but typical network for printers and shared files, including SBS 2003 server which handles DHCP. For this network, we use a DLink DIR-655 router as a firewall and gateway to the ISP for the company. DHCP is turned off on this router. |
To keep the corporate clients info safe, we brought in a second ISP for the personal side of life, kids browsing, Facebook and so on. This "network" has a Siemans SE567 router/modem issued by the ISP. This unit handles DHCP for the one computer connected to it.
I pay for antivirus and other software for the corporate side and would like to install and manage these services on the personal computer.
Is there any way, even with a third router, to connect the personal computer to the corporate network on an internal basis only to enable the use of software applications?
Thanks for any advise.