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cane

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Hello,

I am currently virtualizing a Win2000 server. Currently I have a hardware firewall in front of my Box, which works transparent.
Everything fine there.

But now I am going to move to another ISP, where I wont have any hw-firewall anymore.

So my idea is:
- put Kerio on the OS (win2000 SRV)
- give the server 2 network cards

- the first network card will be on the wan side, with public ip's assigned to, lets say 80.80.80.1
- the second will be on the lan side, with private subnet, lets say 10.0.0.1

so my question are:
- can i forward all incoming traffic 1:1 for 80.80.80.1 to 10.0.0.1 using kerio?
- will the outbound traffic from 10.0.0.1 be visible outside as if it comes from 80.80.80.1?

I will have to add 4 more ip's to the wan side, with different services working on different ports.

Is Kerio the right product for protecting a win2000 box, a hosting machine?

From what I have seen now Kerio just looks good to me.

Thanks for letting me know.
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lansclu

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So my idea is:
- put Kerio on the OS (win2000 SRV)
- give the server 2 network cards


Go ahead, no issues.
can i forward all incoming traffic 1:1 for 80.80.80.1 to 10.0.0.1 using kerio?


Yes you can.

- will the outbound traffic from 10.0.0.1 be visible outside as if it comes from 80.80.80.1?

Yes, outside servers will understand that all the request are coming from 80.80.80.1

I will have to add 4 more ip's to the wan side, with different services working on different ports.

Here you cant' add 4 external IP address. but you can use
different services on different ports with your existing external IP which will MAP your private IP.

Is Kerio the right product for protecting a win2000 box, a hosting machine?

Yes 100% protection. Specially you have to disable ICMP traffic.

Thanks
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