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I want to connect to DMZ from LAN


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#1 aram2

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 09:00 AM

Hello every one,

This is my first post on this site. I have a network with three parts, LAN,DMZ,Internet.

I have 3 servers in DMZ part and I want to shape the users traffic just for Internet not for the servers. So, I use a mikrotik vmware and define some queues for shaping users traffic. Unfortunatelly, the uses can't connect to the servers as fast as I want since there is shaping!

So how can I overcome to this problem?



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Posted 17 June 2014 - 09:07 AM

Can the workstations connect to the servers via a LAN address?



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Posted 17 June 2014 - 09:28 AM

Yes, I think there should be a NAT for connecting to the servers, am I right?



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Posted 17 June 2014 - 10:47 AM

Putting something in the DMZ is essentially like putting it directly connected to the Internet, port forwarding is the recommended method.  Putting the machines in the DMZ allows you to connect to them from the public IP address, however if you connect to their local network address the traffic shouldn't be leaving your LAN and NAT shouldn't be a factor.  It is really difficult to be much more specific without knowing how your network is configured.






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