In computer security, a DMZ, or demilitarized zone is a physical or logical subnetwork that contains and exposes an organization's external services to a larger untrusted network, usually the Internet. The term is normally referred to as a DMZ by information technology professionals. It is sometimes ...
I've got the following network: ADSL(10.) --- Router (10.0.0.50,184.108.40.206) --- "HTTPServer (220.127.116.11)" | | --- "HTTPS Server" (10.0.0.3) --- Another computer (10.0.0.5) I ...
Do you prefer to run their IIS webservers inside a DMZ that is part of the greater organisation's AD or do you prefer to sacrifice ease of management and user control over (possibly perceived) ...
I am looking to deploy 2 additional Windows Server 2003 domain controllers into a separate confidential DMZ alongside 6 DCs that are installed in the regular network, making a total of 8 DCs. The 2 ...
We're deploying a simple newsletter webapp on a stand-alone LAMP platform in the company DMZ. There is some discussion as to whether the MySQL server should be removed from the DMZ and put in the ...
What is the best way to manage user accounts for Windows servers in a DMZ? We are expanding our web presence and adding several IIS servers to our DMZ. I would prefer not to manage a bunch of local ...
Is it secure for a firewall to allow NetBIOS connections from the internal network to the DMZ? If not secure, what are the risks? If secure, what is the FUD about and what are the counterarguments? ...
What are the significant considerations when designing and setting up a dmz for a relatively small office (15-20users) with a limited budget? The network traffic across the dmz will be inbound smtp ...