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manuellozano54

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Hi all

In the past I used Kerio WinRoute Pro v.4.2.5 in an older machine. Now I'm testing the new version on an XP machine that is used as Gateway to the internet.

The configuration of the old version is very different as the new one and I really cant understand. I run the wizard and KWF create the defaults rules and I have access to the outsite world.

But I need to access two inside machines, one is a Telnet service that reside in my AS400 and in the past I access thru port 8999 mapped to internal 23 port in my AS400. My gateway use dynamic IP and for that reason I use No-IP in that machine. Please help me with this.

The other service that I need to connect is access to another machine in my Lan using RDP (Remote Desktop) that is accessed thru port 8998 to port 3389 in the machine. Remember that I have No-IP in my gateway with the generated domain mydomain.redirectme.net

The other thing is that other machines in my Lan use eMule that run in LowID. How I can resolve this.

Your help will be appreciated.
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