I do not have much experience with networking, because I do more programming stuff. A problem has arisen here and I am looking for a solution.
We have our main office in Barcelona and an office in Madrid.
We have two 2 servers: 1 is a Windows 2003 TS, the other is a Windows 2000 TS only with Administrator rights
We also have 2 routers: 1 is an ADSL one the other is a Cisco
We have a IP service provider that serves as a intermediary link between Barcelona and Madrid.
Our Madrid users connect to corporate applications via Terminal Server through a router, called "router A" that only accepts users from a static IP (192.168.10.4). That works fine, but we now have a user with a laptop who connects via Wireless to the "internet" and from there, and we also have workers who would like to connect from home. They would need to connect to router A and then use TS. Right now, the only way our "mobile laptop user" can connect is to connect to the internet (dynamic IPs), and then from there to an ADSL router called "router B", which has one default gateway, 192.168.10.51, and then from there to an Administrator account on a different machine using TS. This also is working..........but I do not like it.
How can I set it up so that all of our users, can connect to router A? Or rather how I set the gateway to accept the Madrid users or any external user?