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MeOne

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Hello,

There is no more place to put any more network cards into my WinRoute Firewall machine, so I am looking the other way to separate hosts.

The situation is: hosts are using internet connection from my WinRoute machine to have internet. It works perfect. But that hosts are organizationally placed into two separated divisions - so no one from the one division could see any hosts from the anyother division. I use to do it by 2 separated network cards in my WinRoute machine - each for one division. Now there is no slots for that.

So - is there any solution, using WinRoute rules or routing tables, to make this situation possible?
If yes - please - help me do it Smile

Best greeting,
JA

[Updated on: Wed, 11 January 2012 17:42]

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ICT and Me

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Not possible! without vlan on switches and the use of VMware ESX(i) to create virtual more nic's.
But this is something you must be expert in to get this working.

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Carlo Turk
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MeOne

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Well, I was trying with managed switch HP ProCurve 1700, making VLANs its easy there, but I don't know how to give (share) the internet connection to that VLANs...

Really no way with Kerio?

JA
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correct that at the moment not possible.

the reason why this is not possible is that kerio control won't support vlantagging! it's a shame i need this option to Wink
if kerio was enable to use clan tagging you could make an new vlan on your switches and create an vlan interface on kerio and tagged that interface with the same vlanid from the switch Wink en voila one nic with multiple network ranges....

@kerio
is this vlan tagging a serious option to build in the next release?

Alex
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