Installing WatchGuard System Manager
4WatchGuard System Manager
Use the second table for your network IP addresses after you put the Firebox into operation.
External interface
Connects to the external network (typically the Internet) that is the security problem.
Trusted interface
Connects to the private LAN or internal network that it is necessary to protect.
Optional interface(s)
Usually connects to the DMZ or the mixed trust area of your network. The number of
optional interfaces on your Firebox depend on the model you have purchased. Use optional
interfaces to create zones in your network with different levels of access. Usually, you install
the Web, e-mail, and FTP servers on an optional interface.
Selecting a firewall configuration mode
Fireware appliance software users must use a routed firewall configuration mode. If you use WFS appli-
ance software, you must make a decision on how to install the Firebox into your network before you
install WatchGuard System Manager. This decision controls the configuration of the Firebox interfaces. To
install the Firebox into your network, select the configuration mode—routed or drop-in—that matches the
needs of your current network.
For more information on finding which configuration mode to use with WFS appliance software, see
“WFS appliance software configuration modes” on page 9.
1Network IP Addresses Without the Firebox
Wide Area Network _____._____._____._____ / ____
Default Gateway _____._____._____._____
Local Area Network _____._____._____._____ / ____
Secondary Network
(if applicable) _____._____._____._____ / ____
Public Server(s)
(if applicable)
2Network IP Address With the Firebox
Default Gateway _____._____._____._____
External Network _____._____._____._____ / ____
Trusted Network _____._____._____._____ / ____
Optional Network _____._____._____._____ / ____
Secondary Network
(if applicable) _____._____._____._____ / ____
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