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maxmax20

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Hi,

i have a big problem with kerio winroute firewall 5.1.8.
We are using the above veriosn. we want to add a specific interface NIC to allow communication on port 3290, but on the serevr a port 61531 is opend. we think that this is a problem with NAT. Is there a possibility to configue kerio winroute firewall in a way, that our client software is allowed to open this specific port??
here is a log from the server:
address = 8X.XXX.XXX.XXX:61531 but the port must be 3290.

can anyone help me....
hope so.

greetings Mark
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maxmax20

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Hi,


does noone has an idea???


greetings
Mark
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes, this is exactly how the NAT works. It translates source address as well as source port (SNAT + PAT).
If you wouldn't do port translation, you need public IP address on the client machine.

What kind of application do you want to allow?
It's a quite unusual to use only source address translation and not port translation and it may lead to security risks.
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maxmax20

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Hi,

its an tool for voice over ip, that should run behind winroute.
ok, than we have to wait for the next release of our tool, there is poosible to enter a port number.

greetings
Mark
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