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Hi everyone:

I wanted to ask a few questions about WinRoute functioning:

1- How does WinRoute work with Clients within LAN with dynamic IP's? How does it recognize the connected host when today has a, and tomorrow

2- How do I tell WinRoute which is SMTP Server to scan e-mails?
Is this possible?

3- Why do I use DNS Forwarder?

4- I have 2 Servers in the LAN: Domain and Web Server. I'd like to allocate WinRoute in the WebServer. Today users have to authenticate twice in order to them to get the Internet. If I allocate WinRoute in the Web Server, is it possible to authenticate just once and then get the Internet?

5- About Traffic Rules. I still don't understand very well how they work. Can someone explain to me the definition and what to take into a count when setting them?

Well, that's all.

Thank You!


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Just one question !!
DO YOU read Help files???

I think it'll be more efficiency ifyou read Help first..
thin you can focus on what you realy need & want to know.

This is just a recommendation..!

Mohammad Habeeb
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