[fw-wiz] IP/HTTP from the internet to internal network

From: Shimon Silberschlag (shimons@bll.co.il)
Date: 12/02/02


From: "Shimon Silberschlag" <shimons@bll.co.il>
To: <firewall-wizards@honor.icsalabs.com>
Date: Mon Dec  2 07:30:29 2002

When forced by business requirements to _consider_ allowing traffic
from the internet, through some application server, to a server on the
internal network that holds info for the application, what would be
your reaction/design/tools to secure this traffic?

TIA,

Shimon Silberschlag

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