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I am looking to use some of the features in Control (bandwidth control, monitoring, proxy, website filtering) but only for select users and was wondering if someone has set it up this way. I need to keep my existing firewall in place. How would I setup the WAN side of Kerio (static route to firewall internal gateway?) in order to get this to work? I know it seems strange to put a firewall behind another firewall but the features I need from this I cannot do with my current firewall. Sorry that this seems like a strange setup but that is my situation. Thanks so much in advance!


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It works fine... When I was testing Kerio as future firewall I set it up this way though I had Active firewall.
You just need to setup your proxy server correctly and redirect it to parent proxy. Tested on KWF 6.7.0.
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