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Nakkoush

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Hi,

I have Kerio Winroute Firewall 6 running on windows XP system, in my local network i have an ATA running, it is working fine.. I need to control it and access it when i am outside..
I downloaded dyndns updater and created an account at dyndns.org and now my server's private ip address is being updated automaticaly.

in my house i have a linksys router where i run dyndns service on it, and i forwarded port 1111 to my ATA IP address.. so now independent where i am i just need to put: myaddress.dyndns.org:1111 in my browser and i am able to access mt ATA...

How possible is to do the same in my small office where winroute is running instead of a router..

Thanks in advance
Nakkoush
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Nakkoush

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Any help is highly appreciated Confused Crying or Very Sad

I am stuck, waiting for a hint from the experts here.
Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Fri, 25 May 2007 23:06]

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Nakkoush

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Is this forum alive? isn't it the formal Kerio firewall forum? Surprised
Is there no answer to my simple question?

When i use a router, all i need to do to access any service / hardware running under my local network is to simply go to port forwarding page in my router and assign a specific port (which i choose) and direct it to the internal IP address of the pc or ATA or Trixbox server i am using...and definitely linksys router has the possibility of using dyndns service, so i don't need to have a publice IP address...

Now after i decided to expend my home/office network, I decided to go for winroute firewall instead of my linksys router.

1- I installed dyndns updater on the same pc (server) where kerio winroute firewall 6.3.0 is installed since i don't have a public IP address.
2- I tried my best to make it work with no luck! by doing the following:

In Traffic Policy:

Source - Any ; Destination Any ;
Service UDP & TCP Port 1111 ; Action - Permit ; Tanslation select > Destination (NAT) port Mapping Translate to the internal IP of my ATA or any other service i used to use with my router.

The above configuration didn't work, I tried to put destination "firewall" (no luck), destination "local network" (no luck), any many other configuration...
http://myaddress.dyndns.org:1111

Any help is highly appreciated..
Thanks in advance
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winkelman

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Nakkoush wrote on Sun, 27 May 2007 11:47

isn't it the formal Kerio firewall forum?

Yes, but this is not an official Kerio support 'outlet'. This forum is for end-users to talk to one another and supposedly nobodies knows your answer.

Submit a ticket to Kerio (or call them) if you want support from them.

See http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=5910&star t=0&S=ef5f8909e54c52d77f41c6a191295cef
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