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Filtering two different networks using one MWG

Hi,

Is it possible to filter the traffic of two different networks using one MWG by assigning two different ip addresses to the interfaces.


Two Leg Architecture without HA.jpg

As per the above diagram :

I have to networks:

1.)Normal local traffic

2.)DMZ traffic

I want to filter the both the network traffic, so as per the diagram if i configure:

eth0>>192.168.10.0 /24 DMZ traffic

eth1>>10.10.10.0 /24 Local traffic

MWG MGMT ip 10.10.10.2

Will i be able to filter the traffic of both the networks?

My Question is simple, is it possible to filter the traffic of two different networks using one MWG by assigning two different ip addresses to the interfaces. IF possible how?

Kindly help.

Regards,

Prasanth.

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Re: Filtering two different networks using one MWG

Hi Prasanth,

There is nothing too special about what you have described, however you need to make sure that the DMZ users cannot traverse back into the internal network (as that's usually not desired with DMZ traffic).

DMZ users would point at the 192.168.10.x MWG address.

Internal users would point at the 10.10.10.x MWG address.

Best Regards,

Jon

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Re: Filtering two different networks using one MWG

hi Jon Scholten,

Thanks for the reply!

Is it possible if i assign 2 different IP to MWG NIC's will I be able to filter the traffic?, if Yes, what configuration i need to do?

Regards,

Prasanth.

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