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Can a SonicWall NSA 2400 support two DMZ's ( on two seperate physical ports)

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I have an interest in creating a second DMZ on our SonicWall NSA 2400.  We currently host a web server on a  DMZ on X2 and I want to create a new DMZ on X3.  I cannot seem to find a reference specification from SonicWall (admin guide) to see if the 2400 supports two separate DMZ's on two distinct physical X ports
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You can, but is there a reason for two different DMZ subnets? You can adding another port to the DMZ zone and disable Interface Trust, which will essentially keep them separate.
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Okay. Just to be sure I understand, when you say I could add a port do you mean add a switch or hub AFTER the X2 SonicWall interface ( in my case) and connect my FTP server and a different physical server that needs public access. (Leaving X3 alone for future use. Or did you mean add X3 to the existing DMZ ?
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