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How to secure dedicated link

By pedroameireles ·
Hello,

I work at an Hospital and we are going to place a dedicated link to connect with a business partner to send radiology images to their server. We are going to have one Cisco 1841 at each end of the link. I have many concerns regarding security, because I don't want my network open to the other site.

What would be the best way to connect these two sites? My idea is to have a PC outside my network and then send the images from the PCs on my network to this PC. Then this PC would automatically send the images at regular intervals to the server on the other side. I don't know if this would work.

Can anyone give me any help with this?

Thanks in advance.


Best regards,
Pedro Meireles.

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by -Q-240248 In reply to How to secure dedicated l ...

You can use routing statements on each router to only route to where you need to go and no default route. On your end, configure your router to only route to the server. You can also use ACLs to allow and block traffic. IF you don't know what those are, then goto cisco.com and look it up.

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