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Configuring DMZ on SSG140 (Juniper Netscreen)

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Hello Experts,

I'm not that much professional in configuring Netscreen firewall, I was wondering if you could help me to do a very important configuration ... DMZ.

I'm familiar with Juniper ScreenOS, please provide steps using that not command line as possible.

I need to configure DMZ with subnet 192.168.30.0/24 while the corporate LAN is in subnet 192.168.10.0/24.

Appreciate your answers in details if possible... thank you guys in advance.

Ahmed
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In general and short, the steps are:
Choose an interface and put it into the DMZ zone
Assign the IP for that interface. This also generates appropriate routing entries.
Create policies from and to DMZ as needed.
Each single step should be obvious in WebUI, there is no magic in it.
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Thanks for your post,
It is the first time with DMZ using juniper firewalls ... that's it.
I just wondering about the detailed settings, I will go ahead with the basic settings  you've  mentioned and I will post you guys when needed in some terms in the details.
Thanks anyway Qlemo
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