I would like to kindly ask kerio gurus to help me out with solution that I am preparing. First let me explain current situation.
I - Problem
I have KMS and KWF on two diferent server (old servers). Kerio Proxy KWF is in front attached with outside interface to leased line connection with fixed IP. Inside interface is connected to local switch. KMS is connected to same local switch and I did MAPING of the IP adress from email server to outside interface trought kerio (only POP3, IMAP,SMTP,DNS and HTTP - since its web server too).
Everything is working great, users can send and recieve email, people from outside can acces website and send/recieve emails etc.
But I have two problems that I am worried about. First problem is that when people from compay surf Internet trought KWF (proxy) they always represent our external IP wich is email server and its DNS record. Thats becouse only outside interface on KFW is simply IP adress of our email server. A have a pool of other free Public Fixed email adresses but its not usable becouse when I change outside interface ot other adress by email server is unaailable (since its bound to previous one). I even tryed to add second NIC on proxa and to make LOAD balancing with priority to "new" adress but still nothing.
Does anybody have similar configuration or recomendation, please post pictures of Traffic Policy or something.
Basicaly what I trying to acieve is that people can surf trought proxy (KFW), KMS (mail and web) needs to be behing, but still I do not wont to use my "email IP adress" while I am surfing.
II - Question/Problem
Is it possible to install KMS and KWF on same phisical server machine. Finaly I got one NEW very fast expensive server with enough storage. Can I use KMS and KWF on same server? And if yes how? Server has two nics...ideas please.
Thanks in advance
[Updated on: Tue, 16 June 2009 13:01]
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