On Tuesday 19 October 2004 13:45, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
> Two interfaces? I don't use shorewall so I'm guessing here. But "two
> interfaces" means to me that you have two network cards on your
> computer. There are various reasons for having two network cards and
> I'm sure you have yours :)
One is the ethernet/ppp interface to an ADSL modem,
and the other is the interface to an ethernet LAN.
Actually I have a third interface
to a WiFi LAN.
But it seemed that one could list more than one LAN
(which I have done) in the two-interfaces model.
The three-interface model appears to be for a DMZ.
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