i got 2 routers one has ip address like 192.168.1.1 and is connected to my ISP's fast internet access
My ISP does not provide me with static ip services so i bought static ip vpn service from vpnstaticip.com (czech ip while im located in greece myself) which uses a second router with lan ip 192.168.100.1 and which is connected through the first router (from router 2's wan port to router 1's lan port)
My whole lan is behind router 2 (192.168.100.*) so all my network has ip's like 192.168.100.x and i have internet and i can access all LAN's resources
Because i effectively now connect to the internet via vpn and router 2 for all my lan (which limits my download speed up to 10mpbps the max because i connect through czech) while my ISP supports up to 30mbps
Also i got x2 server's which are accessible via this static ip directly through dmz and host web and mail server's
What i want for my lan is fast internet access, and not to access the internet through vpn but i also want my server's publicly accessible.
One solution would be to connect all my lan to router 1's network (192.168.1.) which is connected directly to my ISP and get 30mbps down speed but then router 2 (192.168.100.) along with my static ip will be unable to access the server's as they will be in different subnet's and router 2 will not allow me to port forward or dmz to an ip in different subnet (like 192.168.1.55)
I also cannot connect just the servers to router 2 and have the rest of my lan on router 1 as i use those server's as file server's also and i guess again they will not be accessible via samba etc etc.
is there a way that i can have all my lan behind router 1 and have my server's accessible both from inside my lan and outside (through the static ip vpn service) ?