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jobber

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Here's my situation: Corporate network. Many users have laptops and connect to my mail server that sits behind Winroute firewall. Their mail clients use POP3 and the external dns name for the mail server which resolves to (obviously) an external IP on the Winroute server. This presents a problem when they're in the office. They can't connect to the external IP.

Question: Can I use Winroute to grab all outgoing POP3 traffic and redirect it to the internal IP of my mail server (10.10.1.2)?

I tried a simple port mapping already and it failed:
source: internal lan
dest: any
Protocol: pop3, pop3s
allow
map 10.10.1.2

Any ideas?

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neophit

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Try this:

Source: Local Area Network
Destination: External IP of POP3
Service: POP3 POP3s
Allow
Translation: Destination: Internal IP of POP3

Or try changing your POP3 Server's Policy to:

Source: ANY
Destination: Internal/External IP of POP3
Service: POP3 POP3s
Allow
Translation: Destination: Internal IP of POP3

[Updated on: Wed, 25 February 2004 17:39]

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jobber

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The helpful Kerio tech told me how to set it up. Ignorance on my part. Here is the rule:

Source: Internal NIC
Destination: Firewall
Service: POP3
Action: Allow
Translation: Source NAT to Internal NIC as well as Destination NAT to internal IP of mail server.

Thanks!

[Updated on: Wed, 25 February 2004 21:07]

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