At our office we need to have a web server connected to the Internet. This server must have a different IP range (192.168.yyy.*) than our internal network (192.168.xxx.*) . We have one fixed WAN IP address (213.ccc.vvv.bbb)
Programs running in the web server are running to port PPPP, so that from the interner we would run them as:
As hardware we have got a Zyxel P660HW-D1 ADSL router and a D-Link DFL-200 firewall router with a DMZ port.
The wiring, as far as I understand should be as (please correct if wrong)
" WAN connected to the Zyxel ADSL router
" Zyxel ADSL router connected to the switch
" A LAN port in the D-Link firewall connected to the switch
" DMZ port in the D-Link firewall connected to the Web server (PC)
The IPs settings could be:
Zyxel ADSl router : 192.168.xxx.1
PCs in internal network : 192.168.xxx.>1 with gateway setup as 192.168.xxx.1
DMZ port in D-Link firewall : 192.168.yyy.200
PC acting as web server: 192.168.yyy.201 AND gateway 192.168.xxx.1 (is this correct?)
In the Zyxel ADSL router we have setup NAT so rhat all entries to 213.ccc.vvv.zzz through port PPPP should be translated to the PC acting as web server: 192.168.yyy.201.
Anything wrong with this wiring and setup?