Re: firewall and DMZ

From: Jan Govaere (jan.govaere@nordnet.fr)
Date: 12/19/02

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    Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 13:36:18 +0100
    From: "Jan Govaere" <jan.govaere@nordnet.fr>
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    What about an ethernet bridging ?
    I think (I'm not an expert) that it could be good in your case.
    You will have a machine without IP (can have remote control) and it can have firewall rules.

    http://bridge.sourceforge.net/

    Just an idea ...

    >hi all
    >
    >I need to protect few servers running services like
    >http,pop,smtp,radius,smb,bind,mysql more.how can i do this using iptables.
    >i want these to be blocked from my firewall. all these servers are inside a
    >2 NIC machine. so can i put the rules in this machine.

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    JAn
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