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 Demilitarized zone (computing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The point of a DMZ is that connections from the internal and the external network to the DMZ are permitted, whereas connections from the DMZ are only permitted to the external network -- hosts in the DMZ may not connect to the internal network.
A DMZ is often created through a configuration option on the firewall, where each network is connected to a different port on the firewall - this is called a three-legged firewall set-up.
A stronger approach is two use two firewalls, where the DMZ is in the middle and connected to both firewalls, and one firewall is connected to the internal network and the other to the external network.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Demilitarized_zone_(computing)   (292 words)

  
 Remember Our DMZ Veterans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Ultimately, the 18.5-mile U.S. sector north of the Imjin River and south of the DMZ (an area comparable in size to the District of Columbia) was recognized as a hostile fire zone.
DMZ vets, like their Vietnam counterparts, "returned to become strangers in our own land," felt Roskey, who served in the Z in 1966-67.
The DMZ has been described as "a barren collar stretched around the neck of a dragon to keep its two heads from biting each other." Soldiers charged with keeping that dragon at bay are in an unenviable position.
www.kwvmuseum.org /index.cfm/act/newsletter.cfm/category/Resources/MenuGroup/Home/NewsLetterID/203/startrow/6.htm   (6569 words)

  
 Welcome To Korea Now !!!-Society & The Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Also found in the DMZ were rare and previously unknown species of flora with the botanical names of Hanabusaya Asiatica, Echinosophora Koreensis, Iris setosa, Epilobium Angustifolium and Iris Dichotoma.
The registration of the DMZ as a TBR will help the two Koreas move further away from 50 years of confrontation and also attract foreign tourists partial to ecotourism, she said.
The agreement was reached between South and North Korean militaries on Feb. 8 at their working-level talks to produce joint regulations for the proposed inter-Korean railway and road projects held at the truce village of Panmunjom, the ministry said.
kn.koreaherald.co.kr /SITE/data/html_dir/2001/02/24/200102240019.asp   (917 words)

  
 DMZ Marines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The DMZ was designed as a buffer between the two opposing enemies to prevent incidents that might lead to a resumption of the fighting.
One DMZ Co patrol was pinned down by ordnance cooking off in a brush fire that had encircled their OP and was burning toward the top of the hill.
The DMZ Police Co was chosen by the U.N. Command to assist in the evacuation of the prisoners.
www.mca-marines.org /Leatherneck/DMZ.htm   (2856 words)

  
 DMZ - a Whatis.com definition - see also: demilitarized zone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In computer networks, a DMZ (demilitarized zone) is a computer host or small network inserted as a "neutral zone" between a company's private network and the outside public network.
However, the DMZ host is not able to initiate a session back into the private network.
The DMZ may typically also have the company's Web pages so these could be served to the outside world.
searchwebservices.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid26_gci213891,00.html   (362 words)

  
 broadband » Security 1. General Questions
One way to create a DMZ is with a machine that has three NICs in it - one for the WAN connection, one for the DMZ network, and one for the internal network.
As a general rule though, you want anything put in the DMZ to be resistant to attacks from the Internet since public access is the reason that you are putting it out there in the first place.
Connect the cable to the DMZ side of the internal firewall, and on the other side of the firewall (the private LAN side) you connect a cable to another hub/switch that all of your LAN computers will connect to.
www.dslreports.com /faq/4545   (611 words)

  
 CNN.com - Korea's DMZ: 'Scariest place on Earth' - February 20, 2002
The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that divides the two Koreas is the most heavily fortified border in the world, bristling with watchtowers, razor wire, landmines, tank-traps and heavy weaponry.
If North Korean forces ever crossed the DMZ again the United States is automatically at war -- under a 1954 treaty backed by United Nations resolutions the U.S. is committed to defend South Korea.
Although one of the world's major flashpoints, the DMZ has become a major tourist attraction drawing in hundreds of thousands of visitors a year.
edition.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/asiapcf/east/02/19/koreas.dmz   (448 words)

  
 DMZ - De-Militarized Zone
The DMZ was the area around the 17th parallel, the temporary boundary between North and South Vietnam established by the Geneva Accords in 1954.
While the DMZ is not fully secure, it is safer than being on the Internet proper.
DMZ is a public internal network typically used exclusively for servers that are accessed by external clients on the Internet, such as Web, FTP and E-Mail servers.
www.auditmypc.com /acronym/DMZ.asp   (629 words)

  
 Information Security Glossary - DMZ
A DMZ - De-Militarised Zone, is a separate part of an organisation's network which is shielded and 'cut off ' from the main corporate network and its systems.
A DMZ is not a single security component; it signifies a capability.
Within the DMZ will be found firewalls, choke and access routers, front-end and back-end servers.
www.yourwindow.to /information-security/gl_dmz.htm   (238 words)

  
 DMZ : Nilesh's Weblog
A breach of your DMZ servers should at worst create an annoyance in the form of downtime while you recover from the security breach.
By having a SMTP gateway on your DMZ that transfers e-mail to an internal mail hub, you can place potentially infected public e-mail on the SMTP gateway, inoculate it with anti-virus software, and then securely deposit it on an internal mail hub that is configured to receive "cleaned" mail from your secure SMTP gateway.
You can monitor machines on the DMZ fairly simply, because you know what ports need to be used, and how the general public or your internal employees need to make use of the DMZ servers.
www.nilesh.org /weblog/2002/09/dmz   (963 words)

  
 DMZ War
It was the United States' other "DMZ." A nearly forgotten place where soldiers from the 2d Infantry "Indianhead" Division and the 7th Infantry "Bayonet" Division were engaged in combat operations on a smaller scale, but no less deadly, than the operations faced during the same period by fellow "grunts" in Vietnam.
In the meantime, US troops along the DMZ reinforced the newly completed barrier fence in their sector, manned guard posts in the middle of "no-man's land" north of the barrier and conducted aggressive patrols and stakeouts continuously.
The battles long the Korean DMZ are for the most part forgotten except by the families of the dead.
www.koreanwar.org /html/dmz_war.html   (4362 words)

  
 DMZ Graphics - Freelance design and production for the web and print.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
DMZ Graphics is a freelancer for World Wide Web sites and prepress production.
With years of practical experience with web coding and prepress production processes, DMZ can give your project the professional touch while working within your budget, and give you a product that meets your specifications and requirements.
DMZ Graphics' capabilities are well suited to the needs of small to medium businesses which require a professional web presence with an economical price tag.
www.dmzgraphics.com   (139 words)

  
 DMZ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The drive to the DMZ was a little scary, but most of that had to do with the woman sitting in front of me and the size of her belly shirt versus the size of her belly.
Visitors to the DMZ must walk in two single file lines at all times are are not allowed to gesture, speak to or interact in any way with the North Korean guards.
Suffice to say, things are pretty tense at the DMZ and when we arrived at the Joint Security Area, the hostility between the two sides was palpable.
bigheadbadhair.com /dmz.htm   (1689 words)

  
 Got | Apex? Forums - Setting DMZ on NetgearRT314
DMZ in this case means that you can specify a PC on your local network that the router will forward all unsolicited incoming packets to.
DMZ originally refered to a third Ethernet port on a firewall router.
Just wondering if anyone setup a the DMZ before on this machine and if they can show me how to do it with alot of deatail would be cool......
www.gotapex.com /forums/printthread.php?t=32479   (396 words)

  
 NetLingo.com Dictionary of Internet Terms: Online Dictionary
In the IT world, DMZ refers to a computer or small subnetwork that sits between a trusted internal network (a corporate private LAN), and an untrusted external network (such as the public Internet).
In other words, a DMZ is part of a network, separated by a firewall which only allows certain types of network traffic to enter or leave.
Note: DMZ is not an acronym, but rather "shorthand." The difference between acronyms and shorthand is that with acronyms, you pronouce the letters as a new word (such as FUBAR = foo-bar, RADAR = ray-dar, and ASAP = A-sap).
www.netlingo.com /right.cfm?term=DMZ   (263 words)

  
 PSIE Faculty Spotlight: Spotlight on K.C. Kims' effort to preserve Korea's DMZ
The DMZ, a precious strip of land about 2.5 miles (4-kilometers) wide and extending 155 miles (250-kilometers) across the width of the Korean Peninsula, has been untouched by man since 1953 when a buffer zone was established between the two Koreas after the Korean War.
No field surveys have been conducted in the core of the DMZ but scientists speculate that the area (the DMZ and the adjacent Civilian Control Zone, a 3-12 mile (5-20 kilometers)-wide buffer around the DMZ) could be home to myriad endangered, threatened, and perhaps yet unknown species.
The DMZ is a known wintering ground for several of the world’s most endangered species including the white-naped crane, red-crowned crane, and fl-faced spoonbills.
www.environment.psu.edu /faculty_spotlight/kim_dmz/kim_dmz.asp   (931 words)

  
 DMZ______ MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
You'll be added to a 'network map' of DMZ participants, supporters and interested parties; people, groups, projects and places.
In military terms, a DMZ or 'demilitarized zone' is an area forming a buffer or boundary where military activity is forbidden.
It is the public environment we most often inhabit and within which we operate on a day to day basis when we use the internet, articulate community, contest authority, consume and create.
dmz.spc.org   (277 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - U.S. to withdraw troops from Korean DMZ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In April, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said U.S. troops stationed near the Korean DMZ could be shifted south, moved to other countries in the region or even brought home under a global realignment of U.S. troops.
For half a century, the U.S. presence near the DMZ has symbolized the U.S.-South Korean military alliance and Washington's commitment to deterring hostilities on the divided peninsula.
About 37,000 U.S. troops are stationed in South Korea, most of them between the DMZ and Seoul, which lies 37 miles south of the border and within artillery range of North Korea.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2003-06-05-us-troops-korea_x.htm   (640 words)

  
 DMZ - The Demilitarized Zone
Just a few days before visiting the DMZ, a North Korean submarine was spotted off the coast of South Korea - this was about the 17th of July, 1998.
With the tension high, no one is allowed to take photos in the DMZ other than at a few locations.
It is estimated that there are at least 20 tunnels that have been dug under the DMZ for the North Korean army to infiltrate into South Korea.
media.graniteschools.org /Curriculum/korea/dmz.htm   (229 words)

  
 Designing and Using DMZ Networks to Protect Internet Servers | Linux Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
DMZ (DeMilitarized Zone): a network containing publicly accessible servers that is isolated from the ``internal'' network proper but not necessarily from the outside world.
A firewall design built around a multihomed host lends itself to the DMZ architecture I recommend (see Figure 2), in which the DMZ is connected to its own interface on the firewall host and, thus, is isolated from both the Internet and one's internal network.
But it's equally important to carefully restrict traffic from the DMZ to your internal network (to protect it in the event that a DMZ host is compromised) and from the DMZ to the outside world (to prevent a compromised DMZ host from being used to attack other networks).
www.linuxjournal.com /article.php?sid=4415   (4300 words)

  
 Protecting Data with a Military-Style DMZ
DMZs are no-man's lands created to ferret out the enemy.
In the enterprise, a DMZ is an area where the public can access certain elements of the network, but not the back-end mission-critical systems.
Other considerations for a DMZ are the computation power required and temporary data storage, which for large enterprises could become costly.
itmanagement.earthweb.com /secu/article.php/3449441   (926 words)

  
 TrouserPress.com :: DMZ
One of Boston's primary punk bands, DMZ was led by the maniacal Mono Mann (aka Jeff Conolly, later of the Lyres), an organist/singer whose '60s roots (garage punk and psychedelia) and Iggy Pop fixation formed the basis for the group's influential stylings.
Anyone that can do justice to a Roky Erickson number (as in the 13th Floor Elevators' "You're Gonna Miss Me") is alright by me. Four of Relics' cuts first appeared on the cool 1977 7-inch; the other five had not previously been released.
The two 1986 releases — recorded at a single June 1978 club date — document the DMZ concert experience.
www.trouserpress.com /entry.php?a=dmz   (186 words)

  
 Korean Demilitarized Zone
The Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is an area of land encompassing 4 kilometers-wide strip of land straddling the 151 mile long Military Demarcation Line (MDL).
The July 27, 1953 Armistice Agreement established the DMZ along the approximate line of ground contact between the opposing forces at the time the truce ended the Korean War.
In the aftermath of that incident, the JSA was divided similarly to the rest of the DMZ.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/facility/dmz.htm   (677 words)

  
 Creating a Poor Man’s DMZ Part 1 - Using TCP/IP Security
DMZ hosts are “sacrificial lambs” and you should expect them to be compromised.
This is a DMZ segment directly connected to the ISA Server that uses private IP addresses that are contained in the LAT.
This DMZ segment is able to communicate with the internal network segment, and the internal network segment can directly communicate with the DMZ segment.
www.isaserver.org /tutorials/Creating_a_Poor_Mans_DMZ_Part_1__Using_TCPIP_Security.html   (1384 words)

  
 Creating DMZ Services for the First Time
DMZ services allow you to create an Internet-accessible server that is technically outside your LAN.
The DMZ allows your LAN to safely access these services without allowing the Internet to use this server to access your LAN.
The DMZ IPID is an IP Address that should be in a different subnet than that of the Matrox iSwitch 8.
www.matrox.com /netweb/techsupport/10607_301_0103/saie8103-62.html   (646 words)

  
 DMZ
The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), a symbol of ideological dispute between North and South Korea, winds 155 miles across the Korean Peninsula.
Stretching from from the Han River to the East Coast, it ranges 2 km north and south of the Military Demarcation Line, covering a vast region of 64 million sq.
Visit the historic spot on the DMZ where the Armistice talks were held and where ongoing negotiations take place between the North and South.
www.lifeinkorea.com /culture/dmz/dmz.cfm   (133 words)

  
 Official Site of Korea National Tourism Org.: DMZ tours
After the Korean War (June 25, 1950), South Korea and North Korea negotiated and then designated the DMZ [demilitarized zone] 2km away from the truce line on each side of the border.
As one of the last relics of the Cold War, the DMZ attracts a great deal of public interest.
DMZ tourist sites have been created to quench peoples’ curiosity on this unique area where tension and peace coincide.
english.tour2korea.com /03Sightseeing/ThemeTours/dmz.asp?kosm=m3_3&konum=5   (105 words)

  
 Death of the DMZ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
To say that the DMZ should be abolished is absurd as they serve their purpose in the case of modem/routers forwarding traffic to firewalls and NIDS!
Never would I DMZ a Windows system at a cafe because I don't really know how I could protect the OS and my UPNP daemon restricts DNAT but the networks would'nt have any spurious traffic logging or network intrusion detection system without the DMZ, with the exception of ethernet bridge provisioned internet connections.
I would not be able to do this with DMZ machines...I would have to worry about “applying adequate security upon their services” and manually updated them with security patches.
steveriley.ms /Forums/257.aspx   (2134 words)

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