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spockboy

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Hi.

I have a single machine with Kerio installed that routes between my local network and the internet using NAT, and also serves my website (we'll call it the "server" Wink.

When a machine on my local network tries to access the website via the external address of the server, traffic appears as though its being dropped. What rule would i set up in order to translate the external IP address of the server to the internal one for my local clients?

I hope that makes sense. Anyone got any clues?

Cheers,
Dan.
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spockboy

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Apologies for not reading before i posted.

I believe my problem is the same as this one: Port translation Firewall -> Firewall

Does anyone have a solution?
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gert

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If it's only HTTP you need why not try the DNS solution I suggested in that other thread?

After giving it some thought I actually believe it to be the better solution compared to address translation for HTTP.

If you do address translation all your traffic needs to go through the KWF server to be translated. The other way your LAN clients only go to KWF for the DNS and then communicate directly with the local server.

[Updated on: Tue, 09 March 2004 13:17]

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spockboy

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Hmm strange. I was using the wrong external address to test it before. It seems to just work now anyway.
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