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Carsten

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Good morning goran,

I've full root access to the appliance.

I have different services which need e.g. port 443 or 25. So I planned to have different ip addresses on the appliance and create rules which check the "to ip address".
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Goran

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Morning...
After i read 10 times your post i get to conclusion...
I do not understand what you trying to do...
But you can split services, users, etc, in kerio...
Is that server (217.8.49.193) your server or is from ISP?
if is from isp then you can make virtual NAT servers to get another gw ip's...
Sorry my eng is not good... And i really don't understand, maybe more details...

Question cannot be stupid, but some of the answers can.
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Carsten

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Hi Goran,

217.8.49.193 is my ISP.

I want Kerio to route my ip adresses

217.8.49.199:443 --> e.g. 192.168.0.1:443
217.8.49.200:443 --> e.g. 192.168.0.5:443
217.8.49.202:443 --> e.g. 192.168.0.8:443

My Cable Provider only support 1 IP Address per Interface. So I can't use virtual IP Adresses. I've to use 3 different Ethernet Ports on the Appliance.

[Updated on: Sun, 07 August 2011 15:39]

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Goran

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lan1: 217.8.49.199 netmask 255.255.255.192 gw 217.8.49.193 stick in appliance
lan2: 217.8.49.200 netmask 255.255.255.192 gw 217.8.49.193 stick to server 1 (nat) (some device)
lan3: 217.8.49.202 netmask 255.255.255.192 gw 217.8.49.193 stick to server 2 (nat) (some device)

server 1 (nat with changed gateway/ ip) stick to appliance
server 2 (nat with changed gateway/ ip) stick to appliance

I don't know any other solution to get this worked... Because gw ip need to be changed cant be same.

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LoudMusic

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You want to statically assign all the public addresses to a single interface on the appliance, then use Traffic Rules to forward incoming connections on specific IP:Port combinations to specific internal hosts.
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