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DMZ HOST IN FVS 124-G

Dear Sir / Madam, I purchased a Netgear FVS124-G VPN firewall.Now i want to create 3 different networks by firewall. 1. For LAN (192.168.0.1) 2. For DMZ hosts(10.0.0.1) 3. For internet (Real ip provided by ISP) And also need to create different policies for eack network.But thier is no option to do it.I think this is not pure firewall as per other firewalls like 3COM, CISCO, LINKSYS their is option to create 3 different zones which is not available in this your product. Can you help me. Thanks Jitendra

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The Netgear FVS124-G is a superb combo VPN firewall DSL/Cable small business router. Loads of features and Dual Wan to boot. I highly recommend it's use in small businesses But... Keeping the necessary firewall, you are missing another component in a properly segmented network, a VLAN switch. It is highly customizable and gives you the configurability and speed you are asking for. Look at it's features here: ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/FSxxxT_GSxxxT_smartswitch_UserManual.pdf The normal network security plan is: Internet -->Firewall-->Router (or Firewall/Router)-->VLan Switch-->Individual computers or VLan subnets. Using these two components together makes a more configurable and MUCH easier to setup network than using, say, one Sonicwall, or one CISCO PIX-501-BUN-K9 (which doesn't do VLan and you have to know Pix commands) You get FREE pre-sales and FREE post-sales support from Netgear, so call them on what makes sense for your situation. Sales Support (408) 907-8000 OR Email at: sales@netgear.com ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"

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    Addition:

    Here is the switch details mentioned above.
    Netgear FS726TP Prosafe 24-port 10/100 Smart Switch with 2X Gigabit ports and POE

    ZT3000
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