has anyone here had the same problem ?
My Kerio is working like this:
WAN 1 \
WAN 2 --> KERIO --> LAN
WAN 3 /
I have made "static routing" at the "routing table" redirecting connections into two groups:
- Europe/Africa goes to WAN 2
- Asia/Oceania goes to WAN 3
- So "others" goes automaticaly to WAN 1
And suddenly it has begun denominating all connections that pass thru "WAN 2" and "WAN 3" as "Local Connections", I swear I didn't make anything, one day it was denominating everything as "external connections" and in the next day it was showing as "Local Connections".
The problem is the "Statistics" because it doesn't include those traffic on the data so users are not restricted when they spend more than the montly bandwidth limit.
It is including only the connections that pass thru WAN 1 that is not part of "Static Routes" but it was working correctly before.
Anyone here has any idea how to solve this ?
I use KWF 6.2.3 because the newer version doesn't allow me to edit the "local web http files" to include more information.
Thank you so much in advance for your help and I'll appreciate if anyone could post any idea or thoughts.
The "white background" connections means "Local Connections".
The "green background" connections means "Internet Connections".
[Updated on: Tue, 09 October 2007 20:42]
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