Adding a routre in server 2012

We have a database server on our lan and a webserver in a DMZ. I have been asked to add a router on the server from

192.168.150.0 (the dmz subnet) to 192.168.100.253 an address on our LAN.

I am running server 2012 on the LAN.

How do I do this?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Most people refer to a DMZ as a separate broadcast domain but connected to the same router as the LAN and the Internet segments. As such, usually nothing needs to be changed on the server. The default gateway, on the other hand, needs to be configured to pass traffic into the LAN from the DMZ for that server.

If, however, you do have two separate firewalls or routers and sending traffic to the default gateway to reach the LAN would not work then you need to define a static route. The command line to add a static route it "route add" and is fully documented on TechNet.  The rest, as above is still  the same though. You need to have a path from the DMZ to the LAN and your router (not the server) defined as the gateway in the static route must be properly configured to pass that traffic. Since each router is different and little information is provided, it is difficult to be more specific here.
roy_battyDirectorAuthor Commented:
Ok I used this technet article

Technet article

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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roy_battyDirectorAuthor Commented:
Expert provided the information i needed to fin the article I used to resolve my issue.
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