troubleshooting Question

Visibility of two networks

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We have a Draytek 2860n router with a VADSL connection, all machines are using the subnet 255.255.255.0 on the range 192.168.0.0 - 254. We are moving to a new hosted server for our sales software have had a new leased line installed which connects to the server one end and is connected to a Cisco box at our end, this network is on the range 10.146.50.0 - 254. How can I connect the new leased line to the Draytek router so that all machines on the network can seamlessly access to the hosted server. In another words, I need a machine on our Draytek router LAN to run to the hosted server \\10.134.3.161 through the leased line router IP of 10.146.50.254. Makes sense?
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