Demilitarized-zone meaning

dē-mĭlĭ-tə-rīzd
An area from which military forces, operations, and installations are prohibited.
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See DMZ.
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In the military, this is the boundary between two or more groups where military activity is not permitted, usually because of some treaty. In computer networks, the DMZ is a network or portion of the network separated from other systems by a firewall. The firewall lets only certain types of network traffic enter or exit. Many companies protect their internal networks from the Internet using a firewall but have a separate DMZ to which the public can have only limited access. For example, public Web servers might be located in the DMZ. GNU_FDL. Demilitarized Zone. GNU_FDL Website. http://www .free-definition.com/Demilitarized-zone.html.
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An area, often on a border between military factions, in which military forces and operations are prohibited.
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(computing) A subnetwork of a LAN, exposed to the internet or another untrusted network but firewalled off from the rest of the LAN.
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