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pedda

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Hey,

I have a problem configuring KerioFW. I am a volunteer and we have internet through a wlan router. The range is not big enough to reach my room so I plugged second stick into the nearest computer and set up an ad-hoc network. Now I would like to use KerioFW as a router to the router but I have problems setting it up. Now, here is what I did so far. I will call my computer laptop and the one that is supposed to become the router computer while the real hardware router should just remain router.

I set KerioFW up using the wizard which left me with the basic settings, if I should them post also let me know but i guess they are the same for everyone that set them up. The ad-hoc network is configured with fixed IPs:

computer
192.168.2.3
255.255.255.0

laptop
192.168.2.4
255.255.255.0

The functioning internet-network

router
192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0

computer
192.168.1.2
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1

Within the last network I can use ping and whatever i want. Laptop and computer on the other hand can not even see each other with ping.

So, I played around a little but nothing worked so far. I hope that maybe you can help me, I would appreciate it.

bye, Peter
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an2ny79

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Actually, it's confusing Shocked ... I guess you need to post Firewall rules for us to check it out. Im wondering, why you would like to use KWF as your router within another router???? It's seems redundant and irrelevant... BTW, KWF needs to have Public IP (WAN) and private IP (LAN) to make it work and do its function.
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