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craven87

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We are looking to replace an old firewall and are currently testing several firewalls to see which one will perform the best.

Now i'm trying to somehow import the settings from the old firewall. I've got a list of url's (plain text) and i want to import them into kerio somehow making an url group out of it. it's about approximately 3000 url's so entering them manually is no option.

Anyone got any suggestions?
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rodeca

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Same here.

It's a pity, there isn't any reply (or any solution) after FOUR years.
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fishtech

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I would love to see more text-file import/export options in Control's interface.

Migrating DNS & DHCP services manually also requires a LOT of clicks.

Cheers,

ft.
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rodeca

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(for future reference: surely craven87 is not listening)

Manual (very manual) method:

1. Backup config (it is a xxx.tar.gz)
2. Extract xxx.tar
3. Extract winroute.cfg
4. Edit it
-Find '<list name="UrlGroups">'
-There you'll see how Kerio-Ctrl writes each URL.
-Build your own groups of lines:
'<variable name="Id">' must be unique (of course)
'<variable name="Type">' must be 0 for a URL, 1 for a existent group
-Insert that text in its proper place
-Save winroute.cfg
5. Rebuild xxx.tar
6. Rebuild xxx.tar.gz
7. At Advanced//Backup, Import config

HIH somebody

[Updated on: Thu, 11 September 2014 16:42]

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