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Link 2 Network

i have a problem that in my site there is 2 networks one of them has an access to the internet(network1) through ISA 2004 and the other network doesn't have any access to the internet(Network2) cause it has a critical server and these server doesn't have any kind of antivirus client or any kind of protection (prevented from the provider) and now i'm in need to have an access from the internet network (network1)to the the application on network2 (Web application and videos also)or give the network2 users an access to the internet without having any risk on the network 2 servers ( worms or virus) we afraid if the network2 users has this access to the internet or link network 1 with network 2 we afraid it might affect network2 servers specially it doesn't have any kind of antivirus or anti spywareware so what is the best solution and cisco devices to protect network 2 servers



Re: Link 2 Network

What you need to place between the 2 networks is a firewall that regulates who can talk what protocol to who.

This could be a pix, this could be nokia/checkpoint, this could be a cisco router running a firewall image. Depends on your budget.

The better you define who can do what (because they need it to do the job) the better the protection for the second network.