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jviola

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I have a device that the WAN side of my Kerio firewall connects to that has both a private and public IP address. I would like to turn off NAT when I'm trying to connect to the private IP address. How do I do that?


With the rule that I have I was hoping that anything from my network, the Firewall (LAN or WAN-T1) would not get nated, but its not working.index.php?t=getfile&id=1578&private=0

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moro666

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I tried to understand your question, But I think I can't Smile

anyway...

- I 'll consider that your Device is a DSL Modem
- this Modem has wan IP & LAN IP
- this Modem connected to WAN side of kerio firewall

you want to do what ??

- connect to this LAN IP of this device from within your Network ?
- connect to this LAN IP of this device from outside your Network?

- what is 10.200.0.0/255.255.0.0 ? is this your internal Network range ?

Give more details please..




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