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Hi. I've got a network and want to put web filter on it and security. I have imac 2010 21.5 inch, HTC Droid Incredible phone, Samsung galaxy tab 10.1, 2 laptop, one pc running windows 7. The pc is velocity micro mx225 I think. Xbox 360,PS3, and a Wii.

I'm on Cisco EFT team so ill have a Cisco wifi router as my main router. I'd like to have 2 separate networks. One for gaming so they are dmz type zone and then everything else secured with web filter and so on. Gaming needs to be able to stream media from imac though or windows, but not sure if that's necessary yet.

I need the web filter with category porn and some others to block. Be nice for normal security stuff like ips, av etc. WEB filter only for wii and ps3 web browser. I don't want anything else touching the gaming. I may want to give the ps3 and the 360 priority for gaming and netflix streaming.

I'm not sure how to put this type of network together. I would love some suggestions. My connection is business class 12/2 comcast. My budget is free or very cheap because I'm not working and am on disability.

Thank you very much.
Joe
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buggs1a

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Please help and thanks very much.
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KlausFFOS

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Which devices will run in the DMZ enviroment and which ones need to be "fully" protected?
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Thank you. I'm needing help because I need this info before I try control cus I don't want to waste part or all of my trial with this.

Dmz
Xbox 360 will be wired or wifi, not sure.
Wii wifi
PS3 will be wired or wifi, not sure.

Non dmz
Imac
HTC Droid Incredible phone wifi
Pc which will run control
Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 wifi
2 pc laptops wifi

Wii and ps3 need web filter as they have www on it.

Modem to Cisco wifi router to switch.
That's how it is now. I can use the Cisco as wifi ap as Kerio Control would be the router I guess. Might run Kerio control in windows but maybe just stand alone on the pc.

I am going to repc here in 45 minutes to try and get 2 or 3 nics.
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buggs1a

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OK. Just got back from the repc and got 3 dlink dfe 530 tx + for total cost of $3. 04.
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buggs1a

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Please help. This Site is worthless. Sheese.
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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If you need help with basic network setup, please contact one of our partners - http://www.kerio.com/partners/locator/search. They will be happy to help you setup your network.

Petr Dobry
Product Development Manager | Kerio
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buggs1a

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I need help befortrying it so I don't waste time if this isn't possible. I need to know if it can do this and if it's even something for me or I should take my business somewhere else. Which I probably will because no one here gives a Damn to helped. And Kerio makes it way to complicated to get ANY help?.

Understand?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes. Kerio Control can be used in the scenario you described. You can download fully functional trial version to test it.

Petr Dobry
Product Development Manager | Kerio
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buggs1a

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OK cool.
I tried contacting a reseller or whatever they're called and have not heard from them. Bummer.
I guess I'll try to look at the Kerio Control manual for a bit of info.
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buggs1a

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Actually the partner I contacted would not help me. They said they only deal with specific clients whatever that means. So you should remove them from your list.
They said Kerio would help me but you make it impossible to contact you. No email.
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