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felicebalsamo

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I wanted to know if Kerio Firewall uses the bridging
(Transparent gateway or transparent mode), using 2 or more network card.

If this is possible how can I activate?

I am using the ISO version of Kerio as evaluation.

Thank you.
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ciciva

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Hello,

We have the same problem and I'm interesting if you have the solution.

Thank you.
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ICT and Me

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It's already transparent. Control makes it possible to enable/disable Non-Transparent Proxy.
And yes two NIC or more to do this. Our own control and at some customers we running 2 NIC WAN and 1 LAN.
At one customer site 2 NIC WAN to 2 LAN, at other customer 2 WAN to 1 DMZ and 1 LAN. All running Fail-Over or load-balancing.

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ciciva

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Hello,

the problem persists, I still don't have acces to internet from the computer (gateway ip of the lan Kerio firewall) and from the Kerio firewall I have the same problem. My network is 192.168.0.x lan lan ip is 192.168.0.66 and Kerio wan is 192.168.0. 188 (transparent mode configuration of a firewall). However, if I've found that if I apply a deny rule navigation to a website and the browser configured proxy rule runs properly. The point is that although still not done correctly navigate a tracert to google from the machines and from the firewall => It goes through the 192.168.0.66 and then routed to the router (192.168.0.254).

Bye.

[Updated on: Tue, 23 November 2010 00:33]

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ICT and Me

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Your problem is that you use on LAN and WAN the same IP range.
Sorry man, you must build a good network with two different IP ranges.
Example:
WAN 192.168.0.0/24
And your LAN with 192.168.100.0/24

But never the same range (subnet).

Which is the DHCP server: The Router or Control?
Control isn't the problem. But your IP usage is.
Please correct this first.

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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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ciciva

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Hello,

Then kerio doesn't work in transparent mode,Is this the conclusion?. Because for example I can configure and install fortigate in transparent mode. Can you see in docs.fortinet:

docs.fortinet.com/fgt/archives/3.0/install/FortiGate-60B_Ins tall_Guide_01-30006-0446-20080910.pdf

Regards.
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ICT and Me

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Which device is giving DHCP?
Control or your router?
What's your standard Gateway what your DHCP is giving?
Your router or Control?

It can be done. But then must the DHCP define Control as Gateway.
And on Control must have the WAN card the router as Gateway.

Then will it also work, but it's not the way to do it.
It will be nicer/cleaner (thr rightway) to work with to seperated IP segments.


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