Best practice to setup a DMZ? (hyperV and guests)

Discussion in 'Server Networking' started by markm75g, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. I don't think I would have the Sonicwall "aware" of anything VLAN related
    (assuming that is even possible). The Sonicwall is going to work based on
    what cable is plugged into which physical Port and what that particualr
    Interface's TCP/IP Specs are. Now the Sonicwall may have internal VLANing
    to identify which Layer3 Interface the Port belongs to,..but this is
    independent VLANing *inside* the Sonicwall that has nothing to do with the
    VLANing on the rest of the LAN.

    Bottom line:
    1. Correctly configure the "networks" on the Sonicwall
    2. Plug the right cable into the right port
    3. Configure the Sonicwall's interfaces with the right TCP/IP Specs
     
    Phillip Windell, Feb 8, 2010
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  2. markm75g

    markm75g Guest

    I see forefront threat management gateway, both enterprise and standard..
    Any reason to go with ent over standard?
     
    markm75g, Feb 9, 2010
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  3. If you aren't running an Array (requires a minimum of 3 Servers),...then no,
    stay with Standard,..unless you just want to waste money.

    3 machines in an Array?

    2 TMG Array Members
    1 Configuration Storage Server

    The CSS box should not be on one of the TMG boxes. The whole point of the
    Array is that it keeps going if you loose a Member,...but if the CSS is on a
    Member then you loose the CSS along with the Member then where does that
    leave you?

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    Phillip Windell

    The views expressed, are my own and not those of my employer, or Microsoft,
    or anyone else associated with me, including my cats.
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    Phillip Windell, Feb 10, 2010
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