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Pike

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Hello.

Please, help me with one question.

My ISP broadcasts IPTV using multicast packets (IGMP).
And I want to forward it into my local network. I use Kerio Control as router.

Can Kerio Control do this? If yes - then how to?
In other forums people write, that there is no direct solution of this problem using Kerio Connect. Some people recommend to use "UDP-to-HTTP Proxy". But it seems to me, that it's not the best solution.

Please, help me to solve my problem.

[Updated on: Thu, 16 September 2010 11:59]

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I'd like to know how to do this too. I want to allow the IPTV multicast packets to come through to my XBox, which is connected to the network on which a server has Kerio Control running on it. What I'd like to know is what rules to setup to allow the multicast packets to come through Kerio Control.

Can anyone help?

Here's my setup:

ADSL Modem -> IPTV Switch (D-Link) - Port 1 -> IPTV DVR
- Port 2 -> Kerio Control Server -> Gigabit Switch -> XBox360

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