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Break down of MSDN Secure network diagram

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#1 Schizo


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Posted 06 August 2009 - 11:43 PM

MSDN - Secure your network - Found >here<

Web-facing administration is disabled.
Static routing is used
Unused management interfaces on the router are disabled
Packet filtering policy blocks all but required traffic in both directions.
Application-specific filters are in place to restrict unnecessary traffic.

Million dollar question is: What do those statements mean? I googl'ed them and it gave me a real complex answer. I'm an advanced windows security IT & need to learn how to enable those structures.

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