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Closing SFSU border firewall. Prepared by E.Rayz DoIT Network Services Coordinator February 14, 2012. Topics covered by this presentation. CSU San Francisco Edge Network Design overview Firewall rules - how they work Best practices when closing the borders On-going support overview Q&A.

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Closing sfsu border firewall

Closing SFSU border firewall

Prepared by E.Rayz

DoIT Network Services Coordinator

February 14, 2012


Topics covered by this presentation

Topics covered by this presentation

  • CSU San Francisco Edge Network Design overview

  • Firewall rules - how they work

  • Best practices when closing the borders

  • On-going support overview

  • Q&A


Csu san francisco edge network design

CSU San Francisco Edge Network Design


Firewall rules how they work

Firewall rules - how they work


Closing sfsu border firewall

Best practices when closing the borders

  • - VPN software available for faculty and staff, also some sponsored contractors

  • systems administrators are encouraged to use sftp, ssh, and https vsother unencrypted protocols

  • - systems administrators need to use static ip addresses for servers, and register those ip addresses in dns via e-mail to [email protected]

  • - requests for justified exceptions will follow an established process and change control procedure, and may take approximately 1 week


On going support for exemptions requests

On-going support for exemptions requests

  • The completed “Border FW inbound Port exemption” form should be emailed by authorized Change Control contact to [email protected] with a CC to [email protected] by Thursday, March 1st, 2012. The border firewall closure is scheduled for Thursday, March 15th, 2012

  • You will be contacted within 3 business days regarding your request

  • The following unencrypted and shell access protocols will not be allowed through the firewall except where there is a business justification (e.g. anonymous FTP). End users and administrators are encouraged to use campus VPN for systems needing access via any of the following:

    • Telnet

    • FTP

    • Secure Shell

    • Remote Desktop


Closing sfsu border firewall

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Closing sfsu border firewall

Q&A

  • A comprehensive border firewall workshop is scheduled for February 20th 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon, please stay tuned for details on location and full agenda


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