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[Updated on: Fri, 14 April 2006 14:50]

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I don't quite have experience with your particular setup, but I did notice one of your traffic policy rules which differs from mine.

Try setting the NAT rule to be: Local network -> Internet

In my case, since I have Kerio on a machine with two network interfaces one of which is connected directly to the DSL modem and use it for routing as well, I have the destination as being the network interface connected to the modem.

In your case, I guess you'll have to define which IP addresses constitute the Internet. You can try it with a few at first, just to test if it works.

You could also try setting the destination to "Any", but I don't know enough about newtworking to know how this will affect your LAN.

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