Solaris Troubleshooting : Define a Static Route using routed

Ramdev

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  1. Ramineni Naresh says:

    Exactly What it meant by static router? How can we add static router for DMZ servers?

    • Ramdev says:

      @Naresh, Static Route is nothing but fixed network path that we define to reach a specific host or subnet of hosts.

      Normally, DMZ servers used to provide applications to the internet/public world and they are directly exposed to internet with their public IPs. And that is the reason DMZ servers have high secured configurations compared to any normal servers in the internal network. DMZ servers normally stay behind the firewall and only few hosts from internal network allowed to access the DMZ hosts.

      If you want to afd Static route to DMZ servers the process is similar to normal hosts, but we have to make sure that firewall ports are configured to allow the traffic using the route.

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