Synology Server on different network

I have a client who has 2 networks (different businesses) in the one building. They both access the same gateway. They are on different IP ranges, and have a router which accomplishes the different range. what i want to do is setup one range 192.168.2.x to go to 192.168.0.x and a synology server. Is it possible? Do i just need to configure the router to port forward to where i want it to go?

I can remove the router, but i still want to keep the separate network for privacy.
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You will need to configure routing between the two subnets on your router.
eke-the-electronAuthor Commented:
So i need to setup the routing table? directing it from 192.168.2.x to 192.168.0.x?
eke-the-electronAuthor Commented:
tired to reroute the ports but that didn't work. the synology software needs to see the server. with the ports routed it doesn't see it. did i do something wrong in the routing?

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