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Re: Web access to web server in private LAN
From: "ROB DIXON" <RDIXON () workforcewv org>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2006 08:35:35 -0500

could you not have it in the DMZ and still be in the same room as the other department?
it sounds like you need some support from some higher up to enforce the use of the DMZ for outward facing systems.
im sure we could find some horror stories for you to pass on to him/her if needed. :-)


Robert L. Dixon,  CSO
CHFI A+
State of West Virginia's 
West Virginia Office of Techonology
Infrastructure Applications
Netware/GroupWise Administrator
Telephone: (304)-558-5472 ex.4225 
Email:rdixon () workforcewv org
"David Moneo" <dummycerberus () gmail com>  >>>
Hello everybody,

my organization has an Apache web server for world wide access in the
DMZ. Right now, another department want to made their own IIS server
(installed on their private LAN) available from the Internet. How can
I manage that kind of access without moving the IIS to the DMZ? Could
I use a reverse proxy or something like that?

Thanks in advance and best regards

DM

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