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Bebo Nsyd

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Good day to all,

I have Kerio Control. Then I want to know how can I block a reserve IP address because all of the designated IP address of my colleagues are enrolled to the DHCP server. But the problem is, some of my officemates are using the excess(reserved) IP. I want to block the reserved IP.


For example:

In the range of 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.50
The designated IP addresses are 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.40
The reserved IP is 192.168.1.41 to 50
I want to block that reserved IP addressess to ensure that no one can access on the said IP.

Hope for a great response


Thank you,
Bebo Nsyd
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ICT and Me

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Create IP ranges IP address groups. and in traffic rules remove the Trusted/Local interfaces and replaced it with the IP ranges. It will work. We have done it with filterd internet services or not. Certain IP range could only do HTTP/HTTPS and other has some services more. Servers had all services.

[Updated on: Mon, 28 May 2012 10:30]


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Bebo Nsyd

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Hi ICT and Me,


What if I will create a new Traffic Rules instead of removing it? Is this will work?


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Bebo Nsyd
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Of course. If you create the rules the right way it will work.

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Bebo Nsyd

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Hi ICT and Me,


So what are the detailed steps to ensure that no one can access on the reserved IP addresses?


Thank you,
Bebo Nsyd
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