Hi. I am doing an assignment for a course where a fictitious company hosts a public facing website which also doubles as a Intranet server for the internal company LAN. I don't want the internal LAN to bottleneck the company website connection (which is to a fibre optic connection) and thought the best way would be to create the website in a DMZ and have two NICs - one to be used to connect the server to the fibre optic connection and the other to connect to the internal LAN. I could then set up the NICs to connect to a switch which would have two VLANs - one VLAN would be for the internal network users and the other would be to connect the web server to the internet - which I am thinking would be via a router to which the aforementioned switch would be connected. That way both internal users could access the internet and the website could be available to the world without being on the same broadcast domain. This might all be hogwash though, as I am by no means a network guy and am doing this assignment as part of an overall IT course.
Any help/advice would be greatly received.