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I have KWF 6.4.2 running on my Primary DNS server.
When a slave server is started it transfers zones properly. After about 1.5 days the KWF starts BLOCKING the slave server, I can only assume for maximum host connections. In order to fix this I have to bounce everything and that is getting REALLY annoying. I have tried shutting of the KWF and letting the DNS go and everything works just fine, no restarts necessary. Please note that I am not using KWF for ANY DNS functions, the DNS server is BIND9.

Now, I have setup a traffic rule that allows anything to/from the slave name server. I have also disabled all kerio services that I do not need, such as mail server and DNS server. I have also gone into advanced options and unchecked "Enable Connection Limit".

None of these things have solved the problem.

What would I like, I want KWF to run and completely ignore ALL traffic coming from one particular IP address. How would I go about accomplishing this?
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