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Hi there guys...

I downloaded KWF a week ago just for the sake of testing it on a small sector of my network, and I am far impressed by the results. Everything works great so far, no complaints, the only thing I have not been able to make it work is webcam connections using Yahoo Messenger... I have tried a thousand ways and still no luck.
I made it work a couple of seconds though by applying this rule:

1: name=(New rule) src=(any) dst=(any) service=(udp:5100 tcp:5100) snat=(any) dnat=( action=(permit), time_range=(always) inspector=(default)

being the ip address of, which is the one that supposedly gives you the webcam service

Is there any way to make this work??



[Updated on: Wed, 24 March 2004 16:41]

Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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Try the same rule but do destination NAT with the IP address of the client machine running Yahoo Messenger. You may need to set the source to the Internet network card and the destination to Firewall host.
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