I'm currently using a Pix 515 and would like to setup a DMZ so I can put my
playstation and mail/web servers in it. I have a fiber connection with only 1 public IP address.
What would be the best and easiest way to setup a DMZ and put my PS3 and other servers in the DMZ so that they will be open to all ports and I won't have to worry about games being blocked and etc on the PS3?
what we need to understand here is if the webservers need to be accessed from internet and on which ports
since you have only 1 ip you will have to do port forwarding to these ip's and again, to do that you must make sure that you do not have any servers in the inside which already have port forwarding rule
Some clarity on topology will help us understand better
Yes, to handle the ports issues, I'm using apache as a reverse proxy. In the pix I'm adding a static route for the ports. I just wanted to setup the DMZ so I can put the PS3 and webservers in it. The PS3 is killing me as I like to get on the PS network to kill time in between task and etc.
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