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MIP on one of the trust network IP device for DMZ access

MIP on one of the trust network IP device for DMZ access

MIP on one of the trust network IP device for DMZ access


It a SG140 FW. I have a device in trust network which I want it to be seen by DMZ device by using MIP 1 to 1. I don't want to use any routing between DMZ and trust network. Anyway to do it?Example of IP below.

0/0 Trust Network =

0/1 DMZ network =

Actual trust network IP device= I want to map this IP to So my device in DMZ can ping which are refering to host.

Appreciate any advise.

RE: MIP on one of the trust network IP device for DMZ access

I believe that routers with zone architecture, like all Juniper Networks and Fortinet firewall routers, you have to add a policy in order for data transmission to pass between the zones where you want to establish or allow a path. If you are not familiar with this type of configuration, you can download documentation from Juniper Networks web site. It does have some examples of some of configurations. There is a Juniper Networks Forum also, that is more active than the Tek-Tips Juniper forum. You might check it out.

Hope this helps!

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