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tkvo

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Hi all,
My company has a LAN. All computers connect to internet through a "gateway" computer which is directly connected to a router to a ADSL modem. I installed KWF on the gateway computer with default traffic rules. Now I want to control a computer in my office using Remote Desktop Connection from a computer at my home. Which traffic rules that I need to add to KWF to realise this ? I would appreciate any ideas from you.
Additional information:
- Network addresses from router: 192.168.1.x
- Network addressed from my LAN: 203.160.10.x

Thanks
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Get rid of the extra router first. You now have (if I'm correct):
LAN <--> KWF/router <--> router <--> modem <--> Internet
I assume the router is also performing NAT, just like the KWF router, which is a troublesome setup.
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winkelman wrote on Mon, 24 December 2007 20:07

Get rid of the extra router first. You now have (if I'm correct):
LAN <--> KWF/router <--> router <--> modem <--> Internet
I assume the router is also performing NAT, just like the KWF router, which is a troublesome setup.

Thank you, winkleman ! Your assumption is correct. But I still want to keep the "hard" router, what should I do then ? I was able to remotely control the computer which is directly attached to the router from my home by defining "port forwarding 3389 to it" in the "hard" router and add a rule in KWF router like this:
Source: internet
Destination: Firewall host
Service: RDP
Permission: Allow

But I don't know which rules need to be added to KWF in order for me to control another computer in LAN
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Now I can config KWF to do what I want. Thanks ! Smile
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