In computer security, a DMZ (demilitarized zone) is a physical or logical sub-network that contains and exposes services to a larger untrusted network (usually the Internet).

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How can I make my livebox route to my external IP address for a computer in the DMZ?

I have a sagem livebox 2 (Fiber optic model), and have placed my computer in a DMZ. People from outside of my network can access my comp fine via its external dyndns.org address, yet when I try to ...
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Sharing folders on LAN with a DMZ computer on same tier (in DMZ)

This is my current setup, tiers in order; Modem Linksys wireless router D-Link wired router - wired desktop 1 - wireless laptop Wired DMZ desktop 2 Modem is connected to the linksys wireless ...
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Routing from the DMZ to the interior network only

I have a home network connected to Verizon's FIOS service. Verizon's ActionTec router is connected to the ONT via coax to establish the MOCA network. My DD-WRT router's WAN port is connected to one ...
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How come I can't ping my home computer?

I'm trying to set up a vpn into my home computer in order to access files from wherever. I have the home computer set up with a no-ip dynamic dns program so I can always connect, and have also tried ...
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What's DMZ used for in a home wireless router?

As far as I understand, by using DMZ you expose all of the host computer's ports to the Internet. What's that good for?
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Would you setup a DMZ at home?

From a security point of view, what are the benefits of going the whole hog of setting up a DMZ at home if you plan on running a low traffic (unpopular) website from there? There are a number of ...