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ZReau

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Does kerio can be an transparent gateway
so that

ethernet1 = 1.2.3.4/32
ethernet2 = 5.6.7.8/24

And i don't use NAT translation there just public ip's

Alex,
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Ok

maybe i have to explain it better.

i want to use kerio control as an router/firewall with public ip's

so i thought i will use one nic with the ipadres i get from the ISP
and an second nic as the first padres from the range with wil be routed ontop the ipadres which is on nic1.

but kerio won't act as an gateway or router ?

how do i configure kerio control? just to be sure i don't want to use NAT and the ranges are not 10.x of 172.x or 192.168.x

Alex
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