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  Enterprise Software Pattern Synopses
A distributed computation is a computation that involves objects that reside on multiple computing elements and are able to communicate with each other.
In some circumstances, it is possible to improve the availability and throughput of a computation by replicating an object onto multiple computing elements while maintaining the illusion to the object’s clients of there only being a single object.
The Protection Proxy pattern, at the object level, is structurally similar to the Demilitarized Zone pattern at the network level.
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  Demilitarized zone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cypriot demilitarized zone separates the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus from the Republic of Cyprus.
Vietnam: The demilitarized zone between North and South Vietnam was established in April, 1954 as a result of the Geneva Conference ending the war between the Viet Minh and the French.
In the Star Trek universe, a demilitarized zone was established in 2370, as a boundary between the United Federation of Planets and the Cardassian Union.
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In military terms, a demilitarized zone (DMZ) is an area, usually thefrontier or boundary between two or more groups, where military activity is not permitted, usually by treaty or other agreement.
Demilitarized zones have also unintentionally become wildlife preserves as they cause the land which they sit on to be toodangerous for construction.
In computer network terms, a DMZ is a network or part of anetwork, separated from other systems by a firewall which allows only certain typesof network traffic to enter or leave.
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 Demilitarized zone (computing): Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Demilitarized zone (computing): Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
In terms of computer security a demilitarised zone (DMZ) is a network area that sits between an organisation's internal network and an external network, usually the Internet.
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 Internet and The Firewall — ESRF   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A firewall system protects the internal computers, by filtering the connections coming from external computers (the so-called outside world).
Hundreds of computers administered by different individuals cannot be secure.
This subnetwork is often referred to as the DMZ (DeMilitarized Zone).
www.esrf.eu /Infrastructure/Computing/Networks/InternetAndTheFirewall   (434 words)

  
 Firewall Forget-Me-Nots
In the case of firewall deployments, this concept is usually implemented by creating distinct network segments or zones: an outside zone, a DMZ or buffer zone, and a private zone.
The DMZ segment (demilitarized zone or buffer zone) is used to allow for access from the outside zone to services that are required by the public at large.
All of the fields can then be specified: description, source zone, destination zone, protocol type, source address range, source port range, destination address range, destination port range, and action.
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 Smart Computing Dictionary Entry - demilitarized zone   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sometimes companies place a computer or server between their internal private networks and the outside world of the Internet.
The buffer zone created by this computer is known as the demilitarized zone.
Those connected to the internal private network can access the Internet through the demilitarized zone, but those trying to break into a company's private network from the outside will not be able to do so.
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 Demilitarized zone : DMZ   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In military terms a demilitarised zone (DMZ) is an are where military activity isn't permitted, usually by treaty.
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 * DHCP - (Computing): Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Communications protocol where a range of IP addresses are managed centrally and assigned automatically to computers on demand.
DHCP enables individual computers on an IP network to extract their configurations from a server (the 'DHCP server') or servers, in particular,...
When a computer is assigned an IP address by DHCP, the WINS database is updated.
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 DemilitarizedZoneHowto - OpenWrt
Lots of users requested a howto on IRC and the forum for a sample demilitarized zone configuration using OpenWrt.
Demilitarized Zone vlan1: WAN vlan2: LAN Port 4 (= DMZ) br0: LAN (Ports 1 to 3) and WiFi vlan1: IP address from DHCP, PPPoE, static,..
You now have to decide which one of the LAN ports on the back of your router you want to use for the demilitarized zone.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Demilitarized zone (computing)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 'Port' of Call?
The problem I have is that when I enable Internet connection firewall (ICF) on the host computer, the client computer can no longer connect to certain programs.
Here you'll put the service name, the IP address of the computer hosting the service, and the TCP or UCP port numbers the service will use.
In this type of situation it might be necessary to place the application in a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), which resides outside of your firewall.
www.smallbusinesscomputing.com /webmaster/article.php/3298221   (1332 words)

  
 ICCP - Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals
The Communications examination is intended to help establish recognized professional standards within the computing industry in the field of internetworking, voice and data communications.
This is especially useful for those colleges which follow the Model Curriculum as published by ACM, AIS and AITP.
Computer System Engineering 1.1 Computer-Based Systems 1.2 Computer-System Life Cycle Modeling 1.3 Hardware Considerations 1.4 Software Considerations 1.5 Human Considerations 2.
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 Virus Free Demilitarized Zones with Panda PerimeterScan
The aim of the DMZ is to create a perimeter in which to place servers that must be visible from Internet, in order to separate and protect internal networks from servers publicly accessible from the Internet.
This zone is configured as a bridge for traffic circulating between the internal network and the Internet making it an area in need of security measures that includes effective antivirus protection.
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 MI6 v Tomlinson (it's back!)
This is a word form of computing machine security that volition block any unauthorised entree to your computing machine or the local country web (LAN) that you are on.
Internet is unfastened zone with no trust and when you are connecting your system, which is high trust zone to internet, you are unfastened to cyberspace attacks.
A inexpensive laptop computer usually be less because of the aged versions of the operating system.
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 DMZ - AOL Music
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 Local Area Network
The Ethernet-based LAN is almost exclusively used by IP traffic and is subdivided into a High Performance Network (HPN) and a General Purpose Network (GPN).
The firewalls (for the Wide Area Network and the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) via Gigabit Ethernet ports in the core.
These measures ensure that device or component failures will be recognised within a short period of time and connections to any critical services will be automatically re-routed.
www.ecmwf.int /services/computing/overview/local_area_network.html   (428 words)

  
 DMZ - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In military terminology, a demilitarized zone is an area, usually the frontier or boundary between two or more groups, where military activity is not permitted.
See also: Korean Demilitarized Zone and DMZ (Vietnam)
In computer security terminology, a demilitarized zone is a network area that sits between an organisation's internal network and an external network, usually the Internet.
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 SANS Institute - The SANS Security Policy Project
Defines acceptable use of equipment and computing services, and the appropriate employee security measures to protect the organization's corporate resources and proprietary information.
Defines standards for all networks and equipment deployed in labs located in the "Demilitarized Zone" or external network segments.
Defines requirements which must be met by all computers connected to the organization's lab networks to ensure effective virus detection and prevention.
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 Will Adding NAS Attract Worms and Viruses? - WinPlanet Windows Software Reviews
Everything works fine when my computer is connected directly to the cable modem, but when I try to do it through my NetGear router, neither the games nor the chat will work.
When your computer is connected directly to your cable modem, traffic flows unfettered between your computer and your friend's, allowing you to play online games and engage in voice chat.
A quick and easy way to accomplish the connectivity you want would to be to put your computer into the router's DMZ (demilitarized zone), which would let the router pass any traffic it encountered to your PC.
www.winplanet.com /article/2527-.htm   (1025 words)

  
 Design and implementation of an enterprise grid
In a heterogeneous resource pool the resources are of various types; for example, the computing resources could include iSeries as well as xSeries* servers.
The overall score is computed as the weighted average of the scores of all the criteria.
Note that the Registration Portal and the Job Submission Portal were placed in a “demilitarized zone” (DMZ) and access to them was through the HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure Sockets) protocol.
www.research.ibm.com /journal/sj/434/meliksetian.html   (8804 words)

  
 Who Goes There? Configuring Applications and Win XP's Internet Connection Firewall - WinPlanet Windows Software Reviews
This traffic enters and exits the computer via various ports; the firewall can tell what type of traffic is using the network by tracking which port the data is destined for -- HTTP, for instance, uses port 80, and e-mail ports 25 and 110.
Here you'll enter the service name, the IP address of the computer hosting the service, and the TCP or UCP port numbers the service will use.
In this type of situation, you might consider placing the application in a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), which resides outside of the firewall, but a system in the DMZ is vulnerable to attack and should not contain any sensitive data.
www.winplanet.com /article/1903-.htm   (637 words)

  
 Taking the Cost Out of Firewalls @ SYS-CON Media   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Our setup is such that each of the gigabit ethernet cards is assigned to three zones: the zone that compromises the external Internet ("net"), the demilitarized zone ("dmz"), and the local network ("loc").
We allow Web and mail access to our Web/mail server(s) located in the demilitarized zone (DMZ); for this reason, all machines in the DMZ are completely mirrored since Web and mail servers, even the most up-to-date versions, could have potential security holes.
One-time passwords get around this problem, but they are not enough since users have a tendency to store their list of one-time passwords on their computers, and a computer could be stolen/compromised.
www.sys-con.com /read/33896.htm   (1697 words)

  
 MITRE - News and Events - MITRE Publications - The Edge - June 1999 - Air Strikes Include Fourth Dimension
Aircraft are orbiting at contact points and standing by as preplanned or ad hoc sorties.
The strike cell commander, who is responsible for coordinating time-critical targeting, is monitoring selected points of entry along the demilitarized zone.
The air ops commander is monitoring airspace users and unit positions as needed (strike aircraft, unmanned air vehicles, hostile sites, artillery, special operations).
www.mitre.org /news/the_edge/june_99/second.html   (1039 words)

  
 Fresno City College | Academics | Business | Marketing
also coordinator of instructional computing, commanded one of the country's first National Guard units deployed to the Persian Gulf.
Jackson served in various Army Guard staff and leadership assignments, including two training exercises near the demilitarized zone and Operation Team Spirit in South Korea.
She assumed command of the 130 men and women of the 2668th Transportation Company in May of 1989.
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 Yarix Sicurezza Informatica
Installed in the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) behind the corporate firewall, Finjan's NG-5000 appliances provide a centrally-managed solution for all Lotto Sport Italia's network users in the various locations.
Finjan's real-time Web security solutions utilise patented behavior-based technology to repel all types of threats arriving via the Web, such as spyware, phishing, Trojans and obfuscated malicious code, securing businesses against unknown and emerging threats, as well as known malware.
With Finjan's award-winning and widely used solutions, businesses can focus on implementing web strategies to realise their full organisational and commercial potential.
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 Secure Computing: Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Kansas
You'd be opening yourself up to failure if you don't have perimeter defense and authentication." Secure Computing's products--Sidewinder, SafeWord, and SmartFilter--provide the solutions bcbs needs to protect their Internet users and networks.
This level of security gives them the ability and confidence to have a secure presence on the web.
Because Web and FTP (file transfer protocol) servers are in an extranet called a demilitarized zone (DMZ), clients can not come through to internal networks
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 Demilitarized Zone - TechSpot OpenBoards
In cheap home routers, "DMZ" means an IP address where all inbound connections are forwarded to.
So if you set your PC to be the DMZ target, everything is let through the router firewall and dumped on your computer.
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