I currently have a small network which contains an FTP server that I'd like to be able to access from the Internet at home.
This network has a firewall with 2 interfaces - 192.168.0.75 - Facing the internal network & 192.168.1.1 going to my router at 192.168.1.254. I need to be able to forward ports from the router's subnet, through the firewall on to my internal subnet and to the FTP server.
I'm not sure if static routes are the most ideal way to achieve this, or exactly how it should be set. With static routes am I correct in the assumption I'd need a route going from the router to the firewall with its gateway set as 192.168.1.1, with destination IP 192.168.0.75, and setup port forwarding on the firewall to the FTP server?
Please advise, I also attach a simplified diagram.