Modern DMZ designs

rockstar81rockstar81 Member Posts: 151
intetested in hearing how members have their DMZs set up for production and what equipment they use? It's an area I don't have any expirence in but am looking into. Any information most greatful.

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  • networker050184networker050184 Mod Posts: 11,962 Mod
    What are the requirements? Hard to say without knowing any details. There is usually one or more firewalls with tightened security rules for anything considered to be "DMZ."
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  • MooseboostMooseboost Senior Member Member Posts: 775 ■■■■□□□□□□
    We setup DMZs for customers in various situations. The most common is public servers sitting in the DMZ. We typically will pass the traffic through to the DMZ with a very general security policy (WAN -> DMZ to lockout traffic to only the desired services, restrict management protocols to specific blocks, etc) and they will filter with a more granular security service on their side.

    If you are running your own perimeter firewall you may play that a little differently. We don't have control over the customers network, just our device so our scope of what they do on the other side is a little limited.
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  • rockstar81rockstar81 Member Posts: 151
    Thank you for replies - it's basically to host a number of services - some would require AD access and others access to services on other servers on network.

    Would having a reverse proxy with a firewall either side be considered safe in set up correct rather than moving everything to a dmz subnet?

    When I say move everything to dmz I mean things that require access from outside
  • NotHackingYouNotHackingYou Member Posts: 1,460 ■■■■■■■■□□
    I prefer the isolated subnet design with a NAT behind a public IP.
    When you go the extra mile, there's no traffic.
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