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JStefan

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Hello everybody,

I have a PC with two NICs and Kerio running. NIC #1 is connected to a LAN which provides a DHCP Server and a Gateway. With this NIC I can access the Internet from the Kerio-PC. The other PCs are connected to the Kerio-PC over the second NIC. I want to allow these PCs to use the internet connection from the Kerio-PC.

I have given NIC #2 the static IP Address 192.168.0.1 with the subnet mask 255.255.255.0. In Kerio, I enabled the DHCP Server and created an Address Scope from 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.200 with the right subnet mask. I have set 192.168.0.1 as the default Gateway for this Scope, which is the IP Address of the second NIC. Lease time is one day.

I would expect this configuration to provide DHCP for the LAN which is connected to the second NIC. However, no leased are distributed.

Am I doing something wrong here? With Winroute Lite, the DHCP Server works without problems. I want to move to the Winroute Firewall because with Winroute Lite, I cannot open specific ports.

Thanks a lot,
Stefan
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JStefan

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Problem solved.

I didn't uninstall Winroute Lite before installing the Winroute Firewall. This seems to have been the problem. After uninstalling, everything works fine...

Regards,
Stefan
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