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saxum

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Hi,

I was wondering if Kerio would be capable of acting as firewall and transparent proxy in this scenario

Thanks for your replys.

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winkelman

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Sure.

Why would you think it wouldn't work?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Maybe because the two NICs on the server are in the same network. Packets cannot be routed by the server in such configuration. KWF may then act only as HTTP/HTTPS/FTP proxy server, not as a transparent proxy.

[Updated on: Wed, 31 January 2007 12:49]

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winkelman

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Wed, 31 January 2007 12:49

Maybe because the two NICs on the server are in the same network.
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Ah, yes, Sorry, overlooked that bit. No routing if there ain't nothing to route Smile
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saxum

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Ok.

Thank you very much.
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Is it not an option to assign a different IP range to NIC B, make the KWF machine the default gateway for the segment at NIC B and forward the packets to NIC A with NAT enabled?
I thinks this could work if there is no IP restriction for clients that connect to pc's in the corporate VPN like 'only ips 192.168.16.6 and 192.168.16.9 can connect to machine x'. The NAT option will make all clients look like 192.168.16.2.
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