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abolfazl1985

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Hello Dear friends
I Install Kerio Win route firewall v 6.7.1 on windows server 2008.
i have a problem with one the my client systems that was installed a software work with 1433 port. when i telnet on my server from client cmd say this port is close:
telnet 192.168.0.1 1433
but work other port like 80

i add a role on my kerio and open this port but its not work yet. see attached pic.

any one can help me?

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abolfazl1985

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any one can help me?
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abolfazl1985

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i am so sorry. i need to this answer very soon. please help me
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Delete first traffic rule.
Read the manual ( http://manuals.kerio.com/control/adminguide/en/sect-rulesex. html) - Port Mapping chapter
Change your rule, add MAP action.

Make sure RRAS is disabled on Windows server.
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