I inherited a small business network that I would like to reconfigure (See Image).
Basically, they had the SBS Server setup as the frontend for the network. I would like to put the server behind a gigabit router, and create a backbone between the server, NAS, and workstation switch.
Question is: what do I need to do to the SBS server and to the router to have everything working? Everything = self-hosted email (exchange), VPN, and everything else windows seems to need to make it work. I know I'll have to setup port forwarding on the router to point to the server, but I feel like I'm missing something, and I'm not sure how SBS server is going to like being moved.
I've been told to use DHCP on the server still, and have no problem with that.
I've researched this for a month on the internet and read the SBS2003 Administrator's Companion, but still feel like I'm missing something.
If you need more information, just reply. I'll be here all day and I'll check this throughout the weekend.