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King_a_1

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I am Just installing Kerio control and I have only one interface for LAN & WAN .

My network configuration as follows:

Server 2003 with one network adapter connected to switch
Router DSL ( Internet ) Connected directly to switch
20 Clients PC .
So I have one network for both LAN & WAN .

How can I configure this in Kerio Control??

Thx
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King_a_1

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Need help please !!
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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If you want to protect computers in LAN with Kerio Control the you need two interfaces (one for LAN and one for WAN) and the server with Kerio Control must do the routing (or NAT). You can't have two network segments on a same interface - the clients will bypass the server completely.

[Updated on: Mon, 13 February 2012 17:55]

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King_a_1

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Well I guess you're right I installed two network cards one For LAN and one for WAN But the problem is I don't have real IP So in the LAN I put 192.168.1.9 with subnet mask /24 . For the WAN I put 192.168.1.1 and the default gateway my DSL router and the DNS is the ISP DNS . Also to make both networks accessible to all users I put in Domain Controller Default Gateway My DSL Router & DHCP which assign the G.W to my Router DSL and the DNS to the Local DNS in the server. But Still in Kerio Control I can't Block any user Just I can Block connection in or out of the firewall , So what should I do ?
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King_a_1

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NEED Reply Please if this will work or not .
I just need to block websites for certain users
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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You can't use the same IP addresses on both network interfaces.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You need to connect DSL router directly to one network interface in Kerio Control and switch with local computers to second interface. Both interfaces must use different networks (eg. 192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x).

Both DSL router and local computers cannot be plugged into same switch!

[Updated on: Tue, 14 February 2012 09:21]

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King_a_1

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Thanks a lot for your reply .

But How the local Clients will access internet if it is on different network .
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Local clients must have default gateway to the Kerio Control server and the server will do the routing (and NAT if necessary). If you're not sure how networking works, feel free to contact any of Kerio partners: http://www.kerio.com/partners/locator/search They will help you to set up your network.
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King_a_1

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Thanks a lot for your help I managed to connect interfaces and Kerio control is working fine now but when I try to block some URLs by HTTP Policy to specific domain user it is not affecting the user at all .By the way I already setup the mapping for active directory & I can see my list of users .
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If your users are using Firefox, and they are not set up specifically in the Connection settings (aka you let Firefox decide connection to the Internet) to point at the Winroute server, then yes, it won't get filtered.

You will have to go to Tools - Network - Settings - Manual Proxy Configuration in FF to make sure that Winroute picks up and filters the traffic.
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