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configure DMZ - 28.Nov.2009 8:20:14 AM   
ramkly

 

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hi this is my senario.
I have 50 client and 5 server (ftp server,sms server,application server,ISA server & automation server) in my department. some of my server like SMS server,FTP server and Automation need to be access from public network and also some of my client need to have valid IP Address. so I decide to configure a DMZ but i don't know what should I do.
any idea for this senario!?
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RE: configure DMZ - 12.Jan.2010 12:15:50 PM   
pwindell

 

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They already have a "valid" IP or they wouldn't function on the LAN to begin with,...if you mean a Public IP#,...then you can't,...it does not work like that,...that is the wrong approach,..the wrong idea and wrong way of thinking.

Why do you think your needs require a DMZ?

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RE: configure DMZ - 13.Mar.2011 8:30:28 PM   
HotIce

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: ramkly

hi this is my senario.
I have 50 client and 5 server (ftp server,sms server,application server,ISA server & automation server) in my department. some of my server like SMS server,FTP server and Automation need to be access from public network and also some of my client need to have valid IP Address. so I decide to configure a DMZ but i don't know what should I do.
any idea for this senario!?


Hi.

What are you trying to solve here? If you want only your other server to have an access in the internet, just include them in your internal network and make a policy for them in isa server.

This is only my idea, I dont know the ideas of the expert, but I think it will work.

Best regards,

HotIce

< Message edited by HotIce -- 13.Mar.2011 8:31:59 PM >

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