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GordonF

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Hi. I'm trying to achieve this:
1. PC1 can see server 2.
2. PC2 can see server 1.
3. PC3 can only see Server1.
4. LAN 1 and LAN2 can see each other with no restrictions.

Kerio Firewall Server A has a NIC for each connection (No shared IP ranges) = 3NIC's.
Kerio Firewall Server B has 3 NIC's.

The Wireless bridge is in bridge mode on the entire network. (There are a few different radio's all over but essentially bridged. (If I put the Radio NIC in a switch behind Server A and the same behind Server B then the networks are completly bridged.)
However I cannot allow this as LAN 3 and LAN 4 etc may not be able to see the other LAN's including themselves (I have no control over their firewalls and may in the end only be a single PC connection to the wireless radio.)

I would also like to use Server B as a redundant Internet connection in the event of Server A not being able to communicate with the Internet.


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