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Before we consider how to create these rewall rules, let s look at some rewall con gurations that are currently used in networking environments
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A dual-homed host rewall consists of a single computer with two physical network interfaces that acts as a gateway between the two networks The server s routing capability is disabled so that the rewall can handle all traf c management Either application-level proxy or circuit-level rewall software is run on this system to pass packets from one side of the dual-homed system to the other You must be careful not to enable routing within the network operating system that will be used as the dual-homed system or you will bypass your rewall software and simply be routing data Figure 11-17 shows a dual-homed host rewall con guration
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Screened-Host Firewalls
Screened-host rewall con gurations are considered by many to be more secure than the dual-homed rewall In this con guration, you place a screening router between the dual-homed host and the public network This enables you to provide packet ltering before the packets reach the dual-homed computer, thereby adding an extra layer of network security The dual-homed computer can then run a proxy to provide additional security to this con guration Figure 11-18 shows a screened-host con guration
FIGURE 11-17
A dual-homed system acting as a firewall has two network interfaces
Internet Firewall
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FIGURE 11-18
A screened-host firewall configuration adds an extra layer of network security by adding a screening router to implement packet filtering
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A screened subnet rewall con guration takes security to the next level by further isolating the internal network from the public network An additional screening router is placed between the internal network and the dual-homed rewall This provides two additional levels of security First, by adding a screening router internally, you can protect the dual-homed rewall host from an attack by an internal source Second, it makes an external attack much more dif cult because the number of layers that an attacker must go through is increased Normally the outside screening router will be con gured to pass any data that has passed the lter rule to the dual-homed rewall that will perform more tests on the incoming traf c Once the incoming traf c has passed the test performed by the dual-homed system, the traf c may then be sent to the internal screening router where additional tests on the packet are performed The internal screening router is typically con gured to accept only data from the dual-homed rewall, ensuring that hackers can t skip past the outside rewall layers Figure 11-19 shows the screened subnet rewall con guration
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There are three types of rewalls that can be used: packet-level rewall, applicationlevel rewall, and circuit-level rewall Each uses different security approaches, thus providing advantages over the others When you have a complete understanding of
FIGURE 11-19
A screened subnet uses two screened routers and a firewall
Public Internet Screening router Screened host firewall Screening router
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the features and the type of security needed from a rewall, you can determine the implementation that bests ts your environment
Packet-Level Firewall A packet-level rewall is usually a form of screening router that examines packets based on lters set up at the network and transport layers You can block incoming or outgoing traf c based on a TCP/IP address or port address rules, so packet level rewalls map to OSI layers 3 and 4 (Network and Transport layers, respectively) For example, you may choose to disable all incoming traf c but enable outbound traf c You can also set up rules that will enable certain types of requests to pass while others are denied The information that rules can be based on includes source address, destination address, protocol type, and the source and destination port address For example, if you intend to allow all incoming traf c from any system that is destined for port 80 on your web server s IP address of 24153489 while disabling all other inbound traf c, you may con gure a packet- ltering rule such as the following:
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