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sami

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Hi Guys,

Could you please guide me how to access my Kerio server remotly from out side of my network..


Thanks
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lqy001

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In Traffic Policy, open the port 44333, let it can be accessed from out side.
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sami

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Hi,

In Traffic policy I made a new rule which is same as " Source (My External Nic) Destination (My Firewall) Service (TCP 44333) Action (Permit) Translation (NAT Default Outgoing Interface) ". But I can't access my Kerio Firewall Server from outside my network. If you could tell me step by step how to configure my Traffic policy so that will be much appreciated.

Best Regards,
Sami Khan
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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Hello,
first of all, I would recommend to create a simple rule "Source: any, Destination: Firewall, Service (TCP/UDP): 44333, Action: Permit" as the first rule in your Traffic Rules. Then you can tune that rule (Source, NAT to outgoing interface, ...) if this starts to work.

Best regards,

Miroslav Osladil
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Kerio Technologies

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lqy001

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sami wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 05:29
Hi,

In Traffic policy I made a new rule which is same as " Source (My External Nic) Destination (My Firewall) Service (TCP 44333) Action (Permit) Translation (NAT Default Outgoing Interface) ". But I can't access my Kerio Firewall Server from outside my network. If you could tell me step by step how to configure my Traffic policy so that will be much appreciated.

Best Regards,
Sami Khan


Source must be interface Dialup or internet , no Translation.
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subnet

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I would advice using the Kerio VPN Client before connecting to KWF via the console. I don;t think the data between KWF and Kwf Console is encrypted as it can be manipulated easily. Correct me if I am wrong
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ziemang

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I have found 3 ways to connect.

1. The easiest is to connect via Kerio VPN and use the standard Admin Console (using internal IP address to connect).b

2. Create a Service definition called "KDS Admin" (Kerio Desktop Security Server Administration) for TCP/UDP port 44335. Use this definition and "KWF Admin" (Kerio WinRoute Firewall Administration) in a inbound Traffic Policy. Then use the standard Admin Console connecting via the internet IP address.

3. Create an RDP inbound Traffic Policy that points to the firewall internal IP address. Use RDP (Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol). Use the Admin Console directly from the firewall.
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