Vmware workstation DMZ setup

Posted on 2013-09-29
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Hello Everyone, I am currently running VMware workstation 9.  I have a test windows 2008 domain setup (2 DC's and 2 workstations)  I want to add a new domain on a different Lan segment and then create a trust between the two domains.  Is there anyway I can setup a virtual firewall or dmz in workstation?


Question by:bjennings
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 1400 total points
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You could create a new DMZ network using the Virtual Network Editor and create a new DMZ LAN.

and then use virtual firewalls appliances

monowall, Freesco or vyatta, to route between the networks.




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