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Firebox SOHO 6 - DMZ Setup

Firebox SOHO 6 - DMZ Setup

Firebox SOHO 6 - DMZ Setup

Hi all,

I've recently bought a refurbished Firebox SOHO 6 and waiting for its arrival. I haven't got any experience with one of these before and currently have a Buffalo WBR-54G Airstation that is connected directly to my Cable Modem.

I bought the Firebox for additional security, config experience and to be able to setup a DMZ, however I'm a little unsure if I understand the DMZ function properly.

The idea is to have more than one xbox 360 in the DMZ so is this possible or can only one IP address (device) be added to the DMZ?

The way I was going to setup the network is like this

Cable Modem connects to Firebox (default Gateway\DNS), which connects to DMZ: xbox1\xbox2 & to Buffalo Airstation

Buffalo Airstation provides DHCP to wifi\wired devices and connects to switch, which connects to all other wired devices

Thanks for any help!

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