I have a customer that fails the PCI Compliance scan. There is an in-house SBS server with the typical 80, 25, 443, 3389, etc ports necessary for SBS but the PCI Compliance scan sees all these as vulnerabilities.
- The customer does have available public static IP's
- The customer has a SonicWall Firewall TZ105
- The credit card machines are connected to the network wirelessly via Ubiquiti access points
Is there a way I can separate these two credit card machines on a separate network using an available public static IP?
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