I am planning to integrate a Cisco 2621 (I know it's an older router) into our network alongside a Fortigate 60 firewall. The question I'm stumbling on is where to place the firewall - in front of the router or behind it? I figure that if I placed the firewall behind the router it would be more vulnerable to all sorts of attacks - DoS, etc., but from what I've read online, this seems to be the preferred topology.
I'm unsure of where the best place to put the firewall is. Perhaps someone could enlighten me?
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I was helping some friends and they were trying to solve a scalable VPN issues, specially these days with the pandemic situation.
I recommended to implement ASA VPN Load-Balancing.
This will allow to keep 1 FQDN for all RA-VPN users an...
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