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A Firewall connected to two routers 9 years 8 months ago #20585

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Hi all,

I have a firewall configured to Internet and Extranet. The internet access no problem but to extranet got problem. Is it a firewall only allows one port only for NAT?

Regards,

Taq.
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Re: A Firewall connected to two routers 9 years 8 months ago #20586

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Please expand the details in your question. What kind of firewall? what kind of routers? how are they connected? when you say extranet do you mean DMZ?
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Re: A Firewall connected to two routers 9 years 8 months ago #20591

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I am using a 3Com TippingPoint X505 Firewall. The routers are Cisco 1700 series. One router connected to the firewall's external port for internet and the other router connected to the firewall's DMZ port for extranet.

Users going to the internet is okay but to the Extranet having problem.
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