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deomurari

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Dear Friends

I have just install KWF 6.7.1 Trial version for purchase review.

I'm not able to connect through the outlook express with google mails account.

Here is the network..

Server is having 2 NICs...One is connected to ADSL Router and other one is to LAN....

I tried many suggestions from other post but with no luck ...

Please help me as soon as possible so that I can evaluate the software and send purchase recommendations.
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deomurari

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Here is more details on the error and configuration

ADSL Router: 192.168.1.2

Server NIC 1 (INTERNET):

IP Address: 192.168.1.23 (By DHCP of ADSL Route)
Gateway: 192.168.1.2

Server NIC 2 (LAN):

IP Address: 192.168.1.1
Gateway: NONE

CLIENT 1 (INTERNET):

IP Address: 192.168.1.26 (By DHCP of ADSL Route)
Gateway: 192.168.1.1


KWF is configured with all allowed trafic policy and also pop3/pop3s/smtp/smtps with no protocol inspector.


I have specific problem with Google POP/SMTP access...

and it's working on the KWF Server

Here is filter log while send/receive from client 1 outlook express.....

[29/Dec/2009 13:02:38] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Local Area Connection, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1982 -> 74.125.47.109:465, flags: SYN , seq:4083343694 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:38] PERMIT "Mails" packet to Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1982 -> 74.125.47.109:465, flags: SYN , seq:4083343694 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:38] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.47.109:465 -> 192.168.1.23:55351, flags: SYN ACK , seq:812565883 ack:4083343695, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:39] Last message repeated 3 times
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:40] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.47.109:465 -> 192.168.1.23:55351, flags: SYN ACK , seq:812565883 ack:4083343695, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:41] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Local Area Connection, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1982 -> 74.125.47.109:465, flags: SYN , seq:4083343694 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:41] PERMIT "Mails" packet to Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1982 -> 74.125.47.109:465, flags: SYN , seq:4083343694 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:41] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.47.109:465 -> 192.168.1.23:55351, flags: SYN ACK , seq:812565883 ack:4083343695, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:43] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.47.109:465 -> 192.168.1.23:55351, flags: SYN ACK , seq:812565883 ack:4083343695, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:47] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Local Area Connection, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1982 -> 74.125.47.109:465, flags: SYN , seq:4083343694 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:47] PERMIT "Mails" packet to Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1982 -> 74.125.47.109:465, flags: SYN , seq:4083343694 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:47] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.47.109:465 -> 192.168.1.23:55351, flags: SYN ACK , seq:812565883 ack:4083343695, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:48] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.47.109:465 -> 192.168.1.23:55351, flags: SYN ACK , seq:812565883 ack:4083343695, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:59] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Local Area Connection, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1986 -> 74.125.155.109:995, flags: SYN , seq:3622591222 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:59] PERMIT "Mails" packet to Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1986 -> 74.125.155.109:995, flags: SYN , seq:3622591222 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:02:59] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:00] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:00] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:01] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:02] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Local Area Connection, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1986 -> 74.125.155.109:995, flags: SYN , seq:3622591222 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:02] PERMIT "Mails" packet to Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1986 -> 74.125.155.109:995, flags: SYN , seq:3622591222 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:02] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:04] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:08] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Local Area Connection, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1986 -> 74.125.155.109:995, flags: SYN , seq:3622591222 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:08] PERMIT "Mails" packet to Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:192.168.1.25:1986 -> 74.125.155.109:995, flags: SYN , seq:3622591222 ack:0, win:65535, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:08] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0
[29/Dec/2009 13:03:08] PERMIT "Mails" packet from Internet, proto:TCP, len:48, ip/port:74.125.155.109:995 -> 192.168.1.23:52968, flags: SYN ACK , seq:3907767238 ack:3622591223, win:5720, tcplen:0


The error I got in outlook express is

The connection to the server has failed. server:'smtp.gmail.com', protocol SMTP, port: 465, Secure(SSL): yes, Socket error: 10060, Error No: 0x800CCC0E

The connection to the server has failed. server:'pop.gmail.com', protocol POP, port: 995, Secure(SSL): yes, Socket error: 10060, Error No: 0x800CCC0E



Please help me ASAP.........
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please post a screenshot of your traffic policy
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deomurari

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My traffic policy is default containing permit all communication through wizard

Also I tried changing Policy to separate emails protocols and web protocols, also tried disabling protocol inspector...but still no luck...

Can somebody please help it's really urgent....

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The adsl router can't give 192.168.1.1 as gateway at the client. I would prefer the following :

ADSL Router: 192.168.1.2

Server NIC 1 (INTERNET):

IP Address: 192.168.1.23 (Static)
Gateway: 192.168.1.2

Server NIC 2 (LAN):

IP Address: 192.168.50.1 or something else.
Gateway: NONE

CLIENT 1 (INTERNET):

IP Address: 192.168.50.x (By DHCP of kwf)
Gateway: 192.168.50.1
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