Linux FIREWALL/router help
I am having some trouble with a custom setup for our deployment environment. We created a new infrastructure for FOG and the deployment is going really well (multicast, host renaming and all the goodies).
I only have one big issue and although is not directly related to FOG it would help me a lot if you could give me some guide lines.
I would like to use my FOG server (ubuntu) as a gateway between our deployment and production LANs so i can allow computers to be automatically added to the domain (active directory…).
I know that i need to install another NIC and probably “play” with iptables rules but since our network guy is not the most supportive guy i thought i would try my luck here.
I’m a total noob when it comes to firewall scripts by the way.
Are the any requirements for keeping your deployment LAN separated from your Production LAN, like multicast filtering, security, etc?
Are the machines in your production LAN already able to interact with the Fog server for client updates, snap-ins, etc?
do you just need to route all traffic from your production (presumably where AD is located) and your deployment environment? sounds like a static route would be fine.