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jochs

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So here is the deal guys…
Whenever I copy a file from one client PC to another the entire network dies. This will happen with files as small as 500 MB. The file is not being copied from the Kerio Firewall box so I see no reason for this to happen. How can I make Winroute Firewall not monitor internal LAN traffic? Is that the best solution? Another time Winroute Firewall shuts down my network is during FTP transfers. If someone connects into my FTP box and starts transferring files after a few minutes Winroute Firewall shuts down everything on the LAN interface and nothing on my network is ping-able. The Winroute Firewall box is still online though and I can ping internet addresses just not intranet addresses.

Also every now and then Winroute Firewall will just disconnect itself from the internet. I have to stop the Winroute Firewall service and disable the Internet NIC card. Then re-enable the NIC card and restart the Winroute Firewall service. Everything runs fine then. Ever heard of that?


Thank you in advance for your help,

-Jonathan
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winkelman

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Local LAN traffic does not even reach or pass by KWF. Local traffic is direct, from device to device, the gateway is not used. Why do you think it's KWF that's causing your troubles?

For the disconnect troubles: what brand are your NIC's in the KWF machine?
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jochs

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The Kerio Winroute server has two INTEL PWLA8391GT NIC cards. And your logic adds up that local traffic does not reach Mr. Winroute. But when I turn him off files transfer at full speed around the network. So I gota beleive that he is somehow asking packets for authentication, scanning them, raping them, and sending them on their marry way.

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winkelman

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What's your network layout (LAN and WAN) and what IP subnets do you use?
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