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Combining 2 networks in 1

I have 2 routers in our network; one cannot see the other.  How can I set it up so that one sees the other.
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Add routes to the routing table.
A bit more information and examples of IP's with the respective netmasks would be appreciated to help you further.
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I have 2 static IP addresses coming from 1 pipe (provider).  One IP is assigned to a router that forms a  workgroup network.  The other IP is assigned to another router that forms a domain network.  Users are logging in to the domain network, but would like to access resources from the workgroup network.
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straight through or crossover cable?
Depends if your routers have mdix or not. If they do, it doesn't matter, if they don't it needs to be a cross-over.
I really appreciate your help; thank you. I will try these solutions and let you know the results.