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DMZ within a firewall

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Could someone please explain to me the concept of a DMZ within a firewall

Why is it important

What exactly is it designed for
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DMZ stands for demilitarized zone.  It is typically used to house machines that people outside of your network need to connect to like web servers, authoritative DNS servers, etc...
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