Fred Weston wrote:
> Brian R. Watters wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> We have a problem that needs to be addressed and need some feedback
>> from the
>> list how best to handle our issue, We have about 12 Win2k servers
>> standard INET services for web hosting and email some named based
>> some IP
>> based .. Of course all on different subnets ..
>> How best to protect these systems via a firewall? .. Bridging
>> firewall? ..
>> Standard firewall and if so how? .. Will m0n0wall work in bridge mode ?
>> Any how to's out there for this type of install for a server farm?
> A bridging firewall would be the easier way to go, and would probably
> work OK if all of the servers have the same services running on them.
> If you wanted to lock things down on a machine by machine basis,
> bridging probably isn't for you. I know m0n0 can bridge interfaces,
> but I am not sure if it can apply firewall rules between them.
> Someone else will need to chime in.
m0n0wall can filter in bridging mode, AND set individual rules on a
machine by machine basis if you wish.