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How are you handling SharePoint 2013 Extranet

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What is your infrastructure? Are you using reverse proxy? Who's?
What kind of authentication?

If you could please describe your scenarios, I'd appreciate it.
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As an extranet, most would put the entire farm in a DMZ, secured with good backups, account lockout enabled and an ssl to encrypt everything.  However, many just poke a hole in the firewall and expose 443 to the internal front end servers.  If you are using a reverse proxy, make sure it understands all the WebDAV verbs a site can use.

More appropriately , what are the policies you have to abide by?   That will dictate what security you put in place.  Many folks have a DMZ, but allow servers in the DMZ to initiate inbound connections to the corporate network.  Others would choke at such a vulnerability.  Again, depends on policy.
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trying to leave question open, hoping for more feedback..

Thank you Fast.. for your input.
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