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allany

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So, i installed kerio winroute on PC1. PC1 has 2 NICs(NIC1 and NIC2) and 2 DialUp connections(2 different ISPs). My configs on the router PC1:
*NIC1(VIA network interface):
ip.........................................: 192.168.1.1
netmask................................: 255.255.255.0
Gateway...............................:
DNS server............................:

*NIC2(3Com network interface):
ip........................................: 192.168.2.1
netmask................................: 255.255.255.0
Gateway...............................:
DNS server............................:

*DailUp connections:
first one is (InternetA) from E-Plus
second is (InternetB) from Vodafone

*Kerio winroute configs:
Traffic policy: one rule defined to allow any Service on any port from
any source to any destination with default NAT translation
(outgoing interface).
DHCP server: Disabled
DNS forwarder: Disabled
Routing table : Default, no changes.


Now PC2 configs(it has one NIC):
*NIC(marvel network interface):
ip........................................: 192.168.1.50
netmask................................: 255.255.255.0
Gateway...............................: 192.168.1.1
DNS server............................: 212.23.97.2 , 212.23.97.3 (from InternetA)

Now PC3 configs(it has one NIC):
*NIC(Generic marvel network interface):
ip........................................: 192.168.2.50
netmask................................: 255.255.255.0
Gateway...............................: 192.168.2.1
DNS server............................: 139.7.30.125 , 139.7.30.126(from InternetB)

Then i connected the PCs, but no luck
I can not open www.google.com on PC2 and PC3, on the router PC1 i can open it.
I want that PC2 use only InternetA, and PC3 use only InternetB
Can you help, are my configs not correct??
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cefotapanar

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i think you should set somthing in the proxy server settings and then add user accunt in the users branch so you cal login from pc2 and pc3 on the router.. i m not sure about this but i had difficulties too.. these are mine settings in proxy


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allany

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Ok, but how ca i define that PC2 will only use InternetA, and PC2
only InternetB?

To be more clear:
I want PC1 to act as a Router which will have 2 internet connections.
So that PC2 connects to the internet through
the first DailUp connection on the Router(w2k3) and PC3 connects to the internet through the second DailUp connection on the Router.
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cefotapanar

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i m not sure but i think that you should first run the wizard
at the traffic section, in order to create the bsic rules, after
that you should have www.google on bouth PC2 and PC3 from the first
internet connection. then modify the NAT rule so PC1 packets to
be translated to internetA and create antoher NAT rule for the PC2 and internetB. I dont know how the rules should look like, so i wish you luck Smile
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allany

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Hi,
What do you mean with:
"then modify the NAT rule so PC1 packets to
be translated to internetA and create antoher NAT rule for the PC2 and internetB"

Can you give an example please Razz
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cefotapanar

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ok,
edit the NAT roule:

source: 192.168.1.1 | destination: internetA | service: ANY | action: Yes | translation: Translate to IP addreses of interface: internetA

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and create copy of the NAT rule modify it like this:

source: 192.168.2.1 | destination: internetB | service: ANY | action: Yes | translation: Translate to IP addreses of interface: internetB


i dont know if this wil work because i have never try something like this...

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allany

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Hi,
I have tried that, it did not work!!
What about the proxy server, do you have any idea how to use it to get the problem solved?
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makoto

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It is possible and I have a similar configuration, except one line is a T1 line that connects to my server, and the other is from a cable modem that routes to all the regular PCs, all going through one WinRoute server.

First, make sure you have IP addresses reserved for your PCs, so that they always have the same IP address.

Now in the traffic policy, you'll need to create two rules.

Rule 1:
Source : 192.168.1.50
Destination : InternetA, InternetB (must put both)
Service: Any
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT (InternetA) (it will only use InternetA)

Rule 2:
Source : 192.168.2.50
Destination : InternetA, InternetB (must put both)
Service: Any
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT (InternetB) (it will only use InternetB)


Lemme know if this works for you, works perfect for me.
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Rabid_Dave

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out of interests will this alos work to seperate traffic on one port from another?
as in

Rule 1:
Source : Any
Destination : InternetA, InternetB (must put both)
Service: 80
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT (InternetA) (it will only use InternetA)

Rule 2:
Source : Any
Destination : InternetA, InternetB (must put both)
Service: (either 'Any' as trafic on 80 will have already been processed by rule 1 or list all ports, possably in a group, execpt port 80?)
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT (InternetB) (it will only use InternetB)
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