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dgorman

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Hi , I have a default KWF 6 setup on a Windows 2000 server with three network cards.

1st nic is the internet card with default gateway of internet router.

2nd nic is the Lan card with no gateway.

3rd Nic is a free nic that i want to use for failover if the default int goes down (Nic 1)

I have gone through setup etc and added the failover to Nat rules etc however i think i have a fundamental problem.
The failover Nic is going to be on the same range as the Lan card!!

Heres how an ipconfig will lookup when the failover kicks in

Lan :192.168.1.50
255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0.

Failover
192.168.1.60
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.250
I have a feeling Kerio doesnt like having to Nic's on the same lan , as no lan clients can connect to the internet and cannot ping the win200 server running Kerio!!!
The win2000 can connect out to the internet but clients cant.

Obvious answer would be to change the failover nic address however the gateway of the failover is a cisco used for a VPN and would be more trouble than its worth to change that lan range as remote sites connect though that router aswell..

Is there a way around this??????
Thanks a mill Cool

[Updated on: Wed, 14 March 2007 11:05]

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Has ANYONE any ideas pleaseeeeeeeeeeee???
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