Connecting 2 different accessable servers to 1 DSL line

Posted on 2007-10-21
Last Modified: 2010-07-27
Hi, I need to setup a Linux webserver that should be accessable both from my internal SBS-network and from internet.
Here is what I got
Incoming device Router
-DSL Dynamic line with dyndns.Moden/Router with 4 ports.
--One port is the SBS-server.
--One port for a guest-net outside of the server
SBS-server and net
-External NIC 192-168.0.2
-Internal net and the rest of the SBS network.
Now connecting the webserver
If I connect it to the router, what ip range should it have the or and what will happend when I call fpr that ip nr from inside of the SBS-net. Would I reach it?
As I said I have a dynDns. How will I call the webserver from outside. Does it have anything to do with ports?
The easiest way would of course be to get 2 DSL. lines but that is not possible.
Question by:perbackman
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    just to understand ur scenario:
                         | (DSL Line)
                     |                 |
                     |               (Guest PC) 192.168.0.X
      ( NIC 1)
          (SBS Server)  
      ( NIC 2)
       (Your internal network)

    Is this correct?


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    So my question is. Where and how can I connect the webserver to ba able to connect to it both from outside and inside.
    very Much Thanks

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