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Subject: Re: [FW1] DMZ config question
From: Carlos Roque <croque @ isla . net>
Date: Tue, 07 Apr 1998 20:15:31 -0400
To: Dean Ethier <Dean_Ethier @ dmr . ca>
Cc: fw-1-mailinglist @ us . checkpoint . com, firewalls @ greatcircle . com, firewall-wizards @ nfr . net
References: <872565DF . 0077AA4D . 00 @ Montreal-NS002 . Mtl . DMR . CA>

I use a hub between FW and the host at the DMZ (ie WWW server). It works great!.

regards
Carlos Roque

Dean Ethier wrote:

> What's the accepted method for setting up a DMZ?  Do I just a hub into my
> firewall and feed my DMZ from that?  If one host on the DMZ were
> compromised, that would leave little protection for anything else on the
> DMZ.  Should one also use a router instead of or in conjunction with a hub
> to provide some isolation between hosts on the DMZ?  What is generally
> done?
>
> Dean Ethier
> DMR Consulting Group Inc
>
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