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Chapter 25. Publishing on the Web > Publishing Your Drawings on the Web

Publishing Your Drawings on the Web

Now that you have mastered viewing and accessing DWG or DWF files with AutoCAD 2000 and the Internet, the time has come for you to start creating some of these files yourself and publishing them on the Internet. So how do you do this in such a manner that protects your investment in the drawing file data? How can you create enough interest in your data that people come to your site? This section presents an informative discussion regarding the considerations and decisions involved in publishing CAD data on the Web.

Strategies for a Secure Web Site

Your site should be partitioned for different levels of access. For example, you should have one level assigned for general public access, another access level for prospective clients, and yet another for existing clients or subcontractors. You can configure your firewall software to limit general public access, while delivering greater levels of access to your customers and total access to your own employees. A comprehensive discussion of firewall software and security issues is provided by Netscape on its Web site.


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