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ajamali

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Dear expert,

How to configure more than IP address to WAN interface on Kerio Linux Beta Version, there's no way to configure more than IP Address.

I have many service running on the internet and should be behind Kerio Firewall like, Mail Server, FTP Server, WebSite... etc

I am using internet connection with 16 Ststic IP's given by our ISP.

This scenario above works ok on Kerio Winroute Firwall and there is no problem with it, I enter all public IP's given by ISP to WAN NIC and then create mapping/NATING rules to the internal IP.

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will.smothers

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I second this request...
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altivec

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This feature ain't supported yet.

Only work on Windows.
If you are running on VMware ESX or ESXi you could support up to 8 NIC which would be a temporary work around.

KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2
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KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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sraptor

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I have the same problem than you, right now Im using cisco pix 506 and I use virtual adapter maping to my internal ips.

How we can do it with kerio?


internal ip conect to diferents external ip in kerio

like email server external 66.xx.xx.01 to 192.xx.xx.11
ftp server external 66.xx.xx.02 to 192.xx.xx.12

I need it be more than one public ip , not all the computers in the same public ip.

is any solution for it?

[Updated on: Wed, 11 November 2009 19:03]

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altivec

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sraptor wrote on Wed, 11 November 2009 18:58
I have the same problem than you, right now Im using cisco pix 506 and I use virtual adapter maping to my internal ips.

How we can do it with kerio?


internal ip conect to diferents external ip in kerio


Re-read the answer i gave just before your post.

KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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sraptor

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to load 8 vm in esxi require very powerfull server.



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altivec

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Why would you load 8 VM ?

I said each VM will support 8 NIC (Network Interface), so if you run a ESXi station and install KWF Appliance you would be able to have 8 NIC so 8 different IP.

After that there other trick to cheat out the system with traffic rules.

KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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sraptor

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Kerio have the intention to add that option to make virtual adapter to map private to public ips?


will be a lot easier than use esxi
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altivec

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mapping a public ip to a private ip is supported already.

it's multihoming (having multiple ip on the same network interface) that is not supported.

i have suggest that alternative since the original question was about multi-homing

KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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sraptor

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ESX 3.5 U4 and creating a virtual machine with 2003 only let create 4 virtual adapters not 8?

How can you create 8?
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altivec

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ESXi 4, and it's 10 Virtual NIC, not 8 i made a mistake.

I just tested two VM:
- Win2003 R2 Enterprise
- Kerio Firewall Appliance for VMware

I thought by memory the limit was 8 but i was wrong. Sorry for the mistake.

[Updated on: Fri, 13 November 2009 16:11]


KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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SHendsbee

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I attempted this workaround but when I configured the 5th interface it caused Kerio Firewall to restart. Any thoughts?
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