[Twisted-Python] Large Transfers
Uwe C. Schroeder
uwe at oss4u.com
Sat May 10 17:20:10 EDT 2003
On Saturday 10 May 2003 12:58 pm, Gerhard Häring wrote:
> Uwe C. Schroeder wrote:
> > [...] If I run a webserver inside a firewalled LAN
> So you're running the webserver with a local IP address that isn't
> accessible via the LAN.
That wouldn't make too much sense, would it ?
I'm running the server inside the LAN on a RFC address. So the server is
accessible from the LAN, however since the firewall blocks all incoming
traffic it won't be accessible from the outside (assuming you have a firewall
and use IP-NAT )
> > and block all ports on the firewall,
> This is redundant if you don't offer the services to the outside,
> anyway. Redundancy is generally a good thing, but the services should be
> properly configured in the first place.
No it's not redundant. Just take a LAN and unplug the link to the internet.
This is basically the setup (except that you also won't have outgoing stuff)
> > [...] I'm btw not talking about packet-filters, often sold as firewall.
> A firewall is a security concept, not a single piece of software. Packet
> filters might be part of that security concept.
Correct, that's excatly what I'm talking about.
> Your name sounds German, if you can read German, these resources are
> de.comp.security.firewall FAQ:
> A nice summary about personal firewalls (in English):
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