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plmorpheus

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Hi all,

When I starting KC Console (v 7.0.0) the warning "Multiple gateways detected. It is usually wrong configuration because the default gateway should be configured to managing internet connection. Check TCP/IP configuration." display.

But both of my local cards (I have 2-one for LAN and one for WiFi) have blank default gateway field-only WAN card has set a default gateway option. I Have Windows 2008 Standard R2.

Another symptom is that in Active Hosts window instead of computers belongs to local network I can see also hosts from outside (probably from internet), because their ips not belong to my local network (for example i see host ks301407.kimsufi.com with ip 94.23.50.82). I do not see web pages that are visited by members of the local network. I see for this site visited by the unidentified host, which I described earlier and when I click on the icon of the server, I see that are being opened, but by visitors from outside. As if I see what happens in the case of incoming calls to the server and the hosts on the network but I can not see what is happening in the case of outgoing calls so what sites are visited by individual users. As if everything displays exactly the opposite!
Where is the problem? Please help!

[Updated on: Tue, 31 January 2012 12:55]

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Goran

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find your gateway in registry and delete him reboot pc

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ASIS

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Goran wrote on Wed, 01 February 2012 16:31
find your gateway in registry and delete him reboot pc



Which registry are you tralking about? Rolling Eyes
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Goran

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Im talking about windows registry.
start/run (windows key +R)/ regedit

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ASIS

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Is there a particular "key" or a "value" or a "folder" in the registry to delete (regarding the gateway) or shall I delete ANYTHING containing the word "gateway"?

Thank you so much for suggestions Goran! Smile
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Goran

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Try search for your gateway ip...
i.e. "192.168.0." then you will find it.
Key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\Tcpip\Param eters\Interfaces
Then go one by one and delete gateway key.
Of course, first turn off Kerio Control

[Updated on: Wed, 05 December 2012 11:23]


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