We have a client who is moving into shared space in an office suite where broadband is supplied by the office management. The building is cabled with all the RJ45 sockets terminating in a cabinet maintained by the office management IT support company (although this may change).
We need to be able to remotely access their computers (a workgroup) using Remote Desktop. Also, they all need to have access to shared folders on each of the three workgroup computers.
On the office suite router, they intend to create a DMZ to our client’s router, and then patch from that router into the appropriate connections in the patch panel. We can then setup port forwarding in our client’s router to allow us access to each of the three workgroup computers. We will give our client’s network a different internal IP address to the main IP range and will also give each of the computers a fixed IP within that range so that we can assign a RDP port for each of them
Is this the best way to do it? Have I missed anything?