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Mr_Waled

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Hii...
I have try kerio firewall ver 6 trial to share my internet connection howeever i have 2 Lan Card ... now our client can connet to internet... but the problem is all off client can connect to internet so my connection always DROOP .... Sad i want to share my connection by assign Ip address ... how i can do that ??? pls Help me Sad(((


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luizfef

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First in the Definitions - Address groups, create a group of IP´s that can access the internet.
After, in the Traffic Police, change the source of Nat rule to this address group.
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Night Shadow

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اخوي العزيز هل تقصد انك تريد وضع مجموعتين المجموعة الاولى تدخل الى الاانترنت والثانية لا تدخل ؟
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luizfef

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Hummmm.... OK. Can you use ASCII?
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Mr_Waled

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hmmm thks have respons to my ask...now i can block user by IP adress but now i would blocked by MAC ADDRESS how can be ???
pls Help me ...




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luizfef

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Well... is not possible, but you can make a simple thing...

Start DHCP. And reserve the IP using the MAC.
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