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wiper

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Im trying to setup kerioWF to forward all traffic from internal adresses over tcp80 to a parent proxy at internet.

This proxy accept everything without autentication over tcp8000 and forward that to the correct address.

i have created a rule to forward everything from "inside to internet over tcp80" to this proxy address and using "NAT destination translating" in same rule to convert to tcp8000

But since i wrote all this in here, i obviously cant make it work Mad

can n e 1 help me to get this to work?

thx in advance
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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wiper wrote on Sat, 20 March 2004 12:15

Im trying to setup kerioWF to forward all traffic from internal adresses over tcp80 to a parent proxy at internet.

This proxy accept everything without autentication over tcp8000 and forward that to the correct address.

i have created a rule to forward everything from "inside to internet over tcp80" to this proxy address and using "NAT destination translating" in same rule to convert to tcp8000

But since i wrote all this in here, i obviously cant make it work Mad

can n e 1 help me to get this to work?

thx in advance


Sure, this can't work ever. The client browser doesn't send absolute URL in HTTP request which is needed by the proxy servers. It sends only relative path.

The better way is to set parent proxy in KWF to your proxy server, port 8000. Then all clients must use proxy server in KWF at port 3128. It will forward all requests (include FTP) to the proxy server on port 8000.

The second way is to set all clients to use parent proxy server directly but then you will not be able to filter user requests or scan downloaded files by an antivirus program.
It is possible only when the HTTP proxy server or HTTP transparent protocol inspector is used.
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