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bill lubx
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If a system has only two web server with two types of user: internet and intranet, should I set up one web server in DMZ for internet user and an other one set behind firewall for intranet user?
Is it possible to "cluster" these two web server in DMZ to accept request from both internet and intranet? This may provide better scalability and avoid single point of failure in net work
I have tried to answer this question by myself but I am really not sure if a web server in DMZ could accept request from both internet and intranet.
Any comments on this will be much appreciated.
Thanks

/bill


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