I have 2 companies sharing one big building. They have completely separate servers, switches and routers. The only thing they share is a comms cabinet. They have their own internet connections provided by 1 x 15MB ADSL2+ line via a Draytek 2830n router each.
Company 1 - 192.168.1.0
Company 2 - 192.168.10.0
Last week, company 1 installed a 60 MB on 100 MB Leased Line via British Telecom. They have now decided to share the connection but require the networks to stay completely separate.
Today i setup company 1's Draytek 2830n router via the ethernet WAN2 port (PPoE) to connect directly to the Cisco router via port FE/01. This has worked perfectly and they are happy. Unfortunately BT will not enable FE/02 so i can not connect the second company's Draytek 2830n to the Cisco and as a result, they are still on the ADSL2+ connection.
The question i am asking is can i connect both routers to one port (FE/01) on the Cisco Router?
There is a default gateway on the Cisco of 'say' 220.127.116.11 and we have 8 available WAN IP Addresses from 18.104.22.168 to 137. Company 1 is using 22.214.171.124
Can i simply install a switch and plug both routers into it and the Cisco and configure Company 2's Draytek 2830n with 126.96.36.199?
Any help on this will be greatly appreciated