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the architectural difference between single-homed and dual-homed bastion firewall topologies

the architectural difference between single-homed and dual-homed bastion firewall topologies
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teera
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ahoffmannCommented:
one physical NIC vs. two physical NICs
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
ISA server is a good example in certain circumstances..
With one NIC, it can publish web and mail servers and act as a proxy but thats all. Traffic arrives on one nic and then leaves through the same nic.
With two nics, you can apply packet filters etc as the traffic has to pass through one interface and exits the other interface.

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keith
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rsivanandanCommented:
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Thanks
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Keith
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