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attach is a simple network diagram..and need your suggestions and comments to set up the right format and the right diagram for more secure and professional layout. My net
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Using the firewall, put the "Public Servers" in a DMZ and the private servers (I'm guessing the "Virtual Servers" are in-house) in the inside.
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where can i put the FW?
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Between your equipment and the outside.
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Typical setup is

internet/outside <ext firewall> DMZ zone where public web server would go <int firewall> private network where your virtual servers are.
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thnks.
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