Re: Public Addresses Used Internally
Unless you are using something like DHCP in which case I doubt we would be
having this conversation, don't use public addresses, use private ones -
thats what they are there for.
- Mark Randall
"Myrt in MT" <MyrtinMT@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
What would be the vulnerabilities, issues, problems etc, of using public
addresses on an internal network behind a firewall?
- hardware firewall vs software firewall
... I've long been a believer that a hardware firewall with a corresponding ... private IPs inside. ... McAfee Internet Security Suite or Panda Platinum Security employed for ... internal network secure? ...
- Re: Blocking Access to web-based email
... the way I do it is with one Firewall appliance and different HTTP ... you setup DHCP with reservations for their MAC and their IP is ... But you don't want the NAT device assigning the IP, ...
- Re: Blocking Suspicious Outbound Traffic
... DHCP IP range as being external to the rest of the library ... since the firewall products I've tried so far are very limited ... >> network for high speed internet access. ... >> started bringing in infected notebooks. ...
- Re: networking private and public hosts questions
... while the private is 255.255.255.0. ... > some systmes in storage to create a test network. ... > a WS to the child and attempted to pull an IP from the DHCP server, ...
- Re: What are FSMO roles?
... Hardware firewall as DHCP ... ... SBS2000 is the DNS server, and of course, the DC. ...