DMZ & Port Forward Range

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  • #41659

    securenet
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    It is possible to include a DMZ in the Routers web interface?

    ALSO

    Is it possible to include port ranges in the Virtual Server interface

    Look forward to hearing your response….

    #48065

    imported_fulvio
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    The next release includes the multiport port forwarding. You could now use this patch in the release beta11 by reading the post:

    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1047

    What do you mean “DMZ web interface”?

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #48066

    securenet
    Member

    I was asking if there are plans to include a DMZ setting that can be configured from the Web Interface.

    Normally, I would have to forward ports to a particular address. So that the service of that particular server will be available from the WAN.

    With a DMZ options, one of the LAN clients server will not be blocked by the Firewall.

    My goal is to place a Dead End PC in the DMZ Zone. That way, would be Intruders / Hackers would be attacking a PC that has no other Network access and contains No Information or at lease Bogus Information.

    I do not know
    if there is great wisdom in my request, but I believe it could reduce the attacks on my legitimate servers accessible from the WAN

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