Definicja demilitarized zone
An area that exists between two networks that allows connections between the networks without sacrificing unauthorized access to the systems located within the networks.
A company typically sets up a demilitarized zone (DMZ) between the company's local intranet and the Internet. The DMZ contains the company's firewalls and routers, which allow Internet protocol connections such as HTTP or FTP into the DMZ. Within the DMZ, these connections are controlled and routed so that the company's intranet is not directly accessible to the Internet.
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