Two tier Firewall

By andi_z08 ·
I want to access some application from my london office for my users. Currently our network not connected directly to london because we are independent company. The question is how to let this connection happen without disturbing my current network?I don't want london to access my network because we got confidential data in our servers.I'm thinking two tier firewall.Pls help me.

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by santeewelding In reply to Two tier Firewall

Tiers of trust? They would seem your first problem. There is trust, or you are dealing with bandits, or worse. There are no "tiers".

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by TobiF In reply to Two tier Firewall

While I agree with Santee regarding the need for mutual trust in partnerships, I think you may want to search for information about "extranet" solutions.

Extranet is a collection of different solutions to make some functions available to partner companies in a special, protected area. Have in mind, though, that the big job here is on the company that decides to allow other companies to connect to their network. (and there, allowing access to specific database views, download/upload areas, documentation, etc.)

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