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Subject: Re: cipe behind firewall on both sides
From: Ika OSCAOS <ikaos,AT,gmx,DOT,fr>
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 16:46:48 +0100
In-reply-to: <20030128085022.7ed775df.rob.apodaca@attbi.com>

I'm using the same type of setup and it works very well.

Ika.

Selon rob apodaca <rob.apodaca,AT,attbi,DOT,com>:

> Hello List,
> 
> I have tried to find a specific answer to this question and I have come
> across some things that seem to indicate this is possible but I haven't
> seen it clearly.
> 
> If I have this type of setup:
> Lan1 <-> cipe1 <-> router1 <-> internet <-> router2 <-> cipe2 <-> Lan2
> 
> where both routers have firewalls.
> The documentation seems to indicate that this would not be possible.
> But, what if: 1. router1 forwards udp port whatever to cipe1 and same
> for router2-cipe2. Would this work?
> 
> 2. router1 is configured to put cipe1 in the dmz and same for
> router2-cipe2. Would this work?
> 
> I would guess that each cipe box would only need one nic and be set to
> route packets between eth0 and cipe0.
> 
> I am asking this because I frequently run into situations where people
> do not want their existing routers replaced.
> 
> Thank you for any assistance.
> 
> -rob
> 
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