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I have two static IP addresses set on one network card on the KWF server (and obviously the internal IP on a second network card - this is on an XP pro OS)

What I want to do is configure this so that the traffic to 80.x.x.225 goes to a specific workstation behind the KWFirewall and traffic to 80.x.x.224 goes to the rest of the network.

However, I can't seem to find the .225 in KWFs network adapters and can't add one. This means I can't set up a rule to redirect the traffic. Sad

I can ping both addresses from outside the network successfully so I think I've set the card up OK.

I'm a bit of a newbie so please dumb down any answers Laughing Very Happy

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Think I've answered my own question - still needs testing but it's fairly obvious...

Traffic Policy rule:
Source = any
Destination = 80.x.x.225 (external ip)
Service = any
Translation = 10.0.0.x (internal ip)

Just posting as this had lots of views and no replies - hope it helps someone one day... Smile

[Updated on: Mon, 09 March 2009 11:52]

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