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Re: two networks sharing one router



Greetings!

On Thu, 09 Oct 2003 10:59:24 -0500 Harry Penner <hpenner@cbca.com>
wrote:

> You could also replace Rou1 and Rou2 in your diagram with a single
> router with multiple NICs, no?

Yes and no - if you replace DSLrouter, Rou1 and Rou2 with a 3NIC
router/firewall, you only need one, not two.

> And as long as you're doing that, you almost may as well use 3 NICs
> and dump the DSL router -- making this a relatively standard firewall
> setup...

Yepp - that's what I said. 

> > 
> >       WWW
> >        |
> >        |
> >    DSLrouter
> >    |       |
> >    |       |
> >  Rou1     Rou2
> >    |       |
> >    |       |
> >  --+--   --+--
> >   LAN1    LAN2
> > 
> > 
> > You'd be probably better/cheaper off with a multiport (!)
> > DSL-enabled firewall...


Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Volker Tanger

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