Not sure i understand the example. You have eth0 and eth1 on the same subnet which is not possible on a router.
Assuming you didn't want to put in one of your public IP addresses in the example and assuming you want outside users to access your servers using public IP addresses you can present your servers on public IP addresses by
ip nat inside source static 192.168.10.3 "public IP1"
ip nat inside source static 192.168.10.4 "public IP2"
You need to configure "ip nat inside" under the interface on your router that connects to the 192.168.10.x network. You need "ip nat outside" on the interface on your router with a public IP address.
If you do not have enough public IP addresses for each server then you can use public IP for multiple private addresses. This is called port fowarding.
If i have misunderstood please come back with more detailed requirements.
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