Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Set Up A Perimeter Network To Protect Private Services From Public Access

Servers on your network that are accessible to users outside your network create a security risk because, if they're compromised by hackers or attackers, they can be used to access internal resources. You can reduce this risk by placing such servers in a perimeter network between the internal and external networks.

To help you implement a perimeter network, commonly known as a DMZ, we'll:

  • Examine several different types of DMZs.
  • Show you how the DMZ protects your internal network.
  • Discuss which servers and devices you should place in the DMZ.
  • Show you how to use multiple DMZs for even greater security.

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