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I have been asked to host an extranet web site on my network, it will be a Windows Server 2003 os running IIS using ASP.
I would like to give the box an internal IP address and have it sit on our Lan with the firewall routing requests.
My question is firstly

1. What ports do I have to keep open for ASP to work.
2. Is this a good idea at all or should I stick another nic into my firewall and create a DMZ

thanks
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your firewall-router must forward port 80 to the iis server and 443 if you want to access it on https
yes , you can create a dmz
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