Access Intranet from Internet
barmar at alum.mit.edu
Thu Nov 4 02:15:21 UTC 2004
In article <cmbvj2$k7j$1 at sf1.isc.org>, F GV <fgv1000 at yahoo.com.mx>
> Hi everybody,
> How can i permit access to my Intranet applications to
> queries coming from Internet? Is it possible using DNS
> Servers? What do i have to do?
> To be in context, actually certain sites have acces to
> my Intranet applications because they are using ip
> addressess we gave them. But in January 2005 they
> should contract their own Internet services. Of course
> they should be able to access my Intranet
You'll need to provide some way to access your intranet servers via
public, routable IP addresses. Most firewalls provide some way to map
different public addresses to private addresses behind the firewall, and
allow these connections through.
Once you set this up on the firewall, you just add these public
addresses to your public DNS.
Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
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