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I play games with my ps3, wii and 360 a lot online. So I am curious if this can work in KWF without any issues. I need xbox live to work fully and prefer game consoles not to be touched except for their bandwidth to be counted so I know how much I'm using such as how much is transferred on WAN upload and download.

I also would like to know if it would be somewhat simple to add wireless n to KWF. I've got a linksys wrt160nl already that I need.

I would want to give my gaming highest priority so there's no lag. I would not know how to do this or what this would be like.

My connection is a 16mb down 2mb up.

Thanks guys.

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Thats quite simple:

In Kerio, enter the ip addresses of your console and add the to a DMZ rule.
A DMZ looks like this:


Name: What you like eg.: DMZ
Source: IP's of your consoles
Destination: ANY
Service: ANY
Action: PERMIT
Log: your choice (on/off)
Translation: NAT
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