We are using a server computer (Windows 2008 Server) at our office. We use accounting software and the database (data directory) that is stored on that server. We work on the accounting software using Remote Desktop Connection.
Now last week we bought an Internet connection in addition to the one we already have and now we have two wifi connections. Meaning there are two WiFi networks at our office now. (Lets call them WiFi-A and WiFi-B respectively).The two Wireless Routers of these two connections are connected to the two network ports available on the server. So both the Wifi networks are connected to the server now.
We have laptops using Windows 7 to connect through the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC). Now when I connect to WiFi-B and work on RDC, some people who are connected through WiFi-A cannot log in to the RDC. I want to solve this matter in order to keep the work at my office going smoothly. I am not an expert on this. I want to be able to use both Wi-Fi routers to connect to the shared data directory on the server, without any problem. Router-A's IP address is 192.168.1.1 and Router-B's, 192.168.1.2.
Do I have to change certain settings on the router pages top avoid any conflicts? What do I have to do?