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G.L.M.

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Hi,

Kerio Control 7.3.1 build 4142

I have a traffic rule mapping external Internet connections to an internal IP (Destination NAT enabled to host, IOW). The internal IP is the cluster IP of a Microsoft NLB (Network Load Balancing) Cluster composed of two nodes. The cluster is working without problems, but Internet connections does not reach it. It seems Kerio Control does not translate connections to the cluster IP. However, it works if the rule is changed to translate connections to any of the "non cluster" IP of any node.

Anyone knows if KC supports destination NAT to a NLB cluster?

Thanks in advance.
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G.L.M.

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Solved. The default gateway for the NLB adapter was not set correctly.
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Triviatel

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I read that you are using a cluster windows.
I'm installing for the moment a windows 2012 cluster with domain and two membercomputers.
How do I install the Kerio connect on this cluster. I would like to have it completely transparent so that if one of the members goes down nobody "see" that the server is down.
It must be active/active.
Any idea how I do this?
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G.L.M.

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Sorry, I have no experience with Kerio Connect.
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