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entropy

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Hi All -
Currently we have a usb modem connected into our lan gateway machine. The modem has failed and I have a replacement modem-router [linksys wireless-n].
I have put an additional netowrk card into the machine running kerio winroute firewall [which has an existing network card plugged into our lan]. As the router dows not connect via USB.

How do I setup the router to connect to the internet[card #2] and route the traffic into our local network [card #1] whilst being administered by kerio?

Are there any tutorials for this?

Thanks.

Martin.
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robsik

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You have to create rules from beginning or reconfigure recent rules. The easiest way is create backup of recent configuration (the best is: screenshot Cool ) and run Configuration Wizard and put your specific rules to results of Wizard's job (reading from screenshot Cool )

Robert
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