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ELCouz

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Hi,

Don't laugh but i'm trying Kerio to see if it's fit our company and i'm not able to open any ports.

Could you please describe the correct procedure to open let says port 2000 to the internet... I've try every thing including the guide in the help file (NAT,MAP even what upnp does because it works) still http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/ show its still closed to public.


In fact UPNP is able to open port easily but manually with Traffic Policy doesn't work at all!!

Upnp procedure :

Source: [Internet]
Destination: Firewall host
Service: [Specific TCP or UDP port opened by MSN Messenger]
Action: Permit (Green Check)
Translation: Detination NAT, Translate To: [IP Address of computer running MSN Messenger]

This doesnt work too...

thank you very much!
Laurent
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ELCouz

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Dear Kerio professionals,

Please could you help me on this matter.
We may consider purchasing the software but without any support we are going nowhere.


Hope you understand,

Best Regards,
Laurent
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You can contact our technical support at http://support.kerio.com or use the service of Kerio Preferred and Certified Partner in your neigbourhood: http://www.kerio.com/resellers/?tid%5Bhierarchical_select%5D %5Bselects%5D%5B0%5D=72
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ELCouz

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Thanks!

I've figured out that Kerio block port scan which is kind of ironic.

All i wanted to try is to see if the port were successfully opened.


Regards,
Laurent
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