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germanr

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Beta 2 is working fine ! Glad to be able to upgrade automatically! I have an issue on a client. Is it possible to set up static routes on operator? I have an installation where one nic is connected directly to the sip provider of a business park and the second nic to the lan. If I set up the default gateway in the lan Nic, cannot register to the sip provider. If I put the default gateway on the Sip nic, can make calls, but operator cannot connect to the outside world though the Lan's internet gateway (kerio control)
Normally I think that you should put the lan nic as default gateway and create a static route for the Sip nic private subnet. How can this be achieved?
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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You can set IP address, mask, and gateway on an interface manually. If you need static routing that's more complex than IP address/mask (you have more than one segment on the private side), this is currently not possible.

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germanr

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Ok. I' ll try to find another way of making it work by connecting the sip cable to Control and let Control do the routing.

[Updated on: Thu, 10 November 2011 11:45]


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