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LAN Sagment

Posted on 2011-05-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Dear Expert,

i have one subnet /22 in my LAN, all servers are connected to one switch. i want to protect my server using NSA 5500 with out adding any VLAN or subnet.
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log on to your firewall----->Network---->Zones---->Add----->(Name)ok

go to---->Network-----click on any avalible interface-----click on copnfigure----->in zone setting select you zone (nsame)----in ip assignment select layer 2 bridge----bridge with X0-----ok

all done

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