I am currently helping out a local business who have several computers on site. There is a cafe in the building which is also connected to the broadband network through the same hub as the ofice computer. All other computers in the building are connected to a seperate hub and have their own broadband line, so they have no effect whatsoever.
The plan is to connect both the cafe and office computer to a hub so that they both have internet access, as well as making it 'impossible' (if not, very difficult) for users of the cafe computer being able to view the office computers data as well as stop the cafe computer from being used for inappropriate use, explicit websites etc - which is easy enough to do in the web browsers options.
So, my question is how can I set up both pc's so they connect to the same router and both use the broadband connection, as well as the cafe computer being 'restricted' - ie. settings cannot be changed/programs installed etc?
Not really in-the-know of networks, so thought somebody might be able to help me out?
Thank you if you can!