bthomas at psysolutions.com
Mon Nov 28 19:29:21 UTC 2005
So basically I will have to look for a hardware solution for that type
of setup? Is there not anything on the server itself that I would be
able to configure to only allow http requests to go out of it?
Petre Scheie wrote:
> I would think that such firewalling/segregating would be a function of
> your main router, to separate the LTSP traffic from the rest of the
> network, by VLAN or otherwise. So, eth0 will connect to the
> hospital's router/switch, which should be configured to allow that
> port to connect to the internet. Eth1 will go to a switch that all
> the clients connect to.
> Yes, there is a firewall within the Linux system underneath K12LTSP,
> but I don't think that's the right place to look for a solution to
> your problem.
> Brad Thomas wrote:
>> I'm not really new to Linux, but when it comes to security in Linux,
>> I'm lost. I am wanting to setup K12 here at my hospital as a
>> educational lab for the children here, however, I need to make sure
>> that they will not be able to access the hospital LAN, and any
>> outside access that they do have will only be on the Internet. Is
>> there a firewall between eth0 and eth1 by default? What are the
>> details on that?
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