How does a firewall handle traffic that is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to a private network?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA SecurityHow does a firewall handle traffic that is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to a private network?

How does a firewall handle traffic that is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to a private network?

  • Traffic is usually blocked when it is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to a private network.
  • Traffic is usually not filtered using firewall rules when it is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to a private network.
  • Traffic is usually allowed when it is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to a private network.
  • Traffic is allowed when it is originating from the private network, but the response traffic from the DMZ network will be blocked.

Explanation: A firewall will usually block traffic that is originating from the DMZ network and traveling to the private network. If traffic originated from the private network and the DMZ is sending returning traffic to the private network, then it will be allowed.

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