I have a mesh network and direct Internet access comming from my ISP using dot1q vlans over an ethernet interface. I have an internal interface and a DMZ interface(for the Direct Internet Access). How can I prevent the DIA interface from talking to the inside lan interface. Bacically I want to seprate the two networks respectively. Is there a way to prevent one interface from talking to another?
I'm also looking at using Zone-Based Policy Firewall (ZFW). This seems to also solve my problems. I don't have overlapping routing so I don't think I need VRF for that purpose. If I just need to isolate the interfaces into two secutity zones then ZFW seems to work well. Does anybody know if ZFW is a good solution? Thanks--
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