Screened Subnet Firewall
Definition - What does Screened Subnet Firewall mean?
A screened subnet firewall also called a 'triple-homed’ setup.
Techopedia explains Screened Subnet Firewall
In a screened subnet firewall setup, the network architecture has three components.
- The first is a public interface that connects to the global Internet.
- The second is a middle zone, often called a demilitarized zone, that acts as a buffer.
- The third is an additional subnet that connects to an intranet or other local architecture.
The additional third subnet helps to filter attacks or attract them to a particular network component to further protect the intranet. Some also claim that a screened subnet firewall can help with throughput and flexibility.
The use of an additional "layer" and other engineering aspects of the screened subnet firewall make it a good solution for many high traffic or high-speed traffic sites.
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