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thunder3

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see the image...

what is IP???

1 LAN card : IP, SUBNET, GW...
2 LAN card : IP, SUBNET, GW...

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sweetkid

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One Ip card is connected to your router on a different subnet mask ie (router subnet 10.0.0.1) NIC 10.0.02
2nd NIC connected to your switch on the same subnet as your lan.
Then run the wizard in KWF and then start setting your own custom rules.
So an example:
router set to 10.0.0.1
NIC 1 set to 10.0.0.2 (call it internet)
Nic 2 set to 211.110.251.1 ( call it lan)
All network traffic is then tunneled from the lan into KWF, which then puts it through NIC 1 (internet) hence a NAT firewall.

Hope this helps
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