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KerioControl

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Hello Dear Friends I have a question...
I have two network subnets
Lan1: 1. Static IP's 192.168.1.x /24
Lan2: 2. DHCP from 192.168.2.x /23

Everything works correctly (Connected to the internet and etc)
But I neet that all computers in these subnets to see each other..

How to Creat a rule in Traffic Policy

Thank you in advanced

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KerioControl

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I created The Rulea:
Rule1
Source Lan1 - Dest Lan2 Service - Any Protocol Inspector - None

Rule 2

Source Lan2 - Dest Lan1 Service - Any Protocol Inspector - None

But thre is the strange thing........
In subnet 192.168.2.1 - 192.168.2.254 all computers can't see each other......
What's the problem?
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KerioControl

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No Suggestions?!

Some Computers see each other and some not....
Please Need Help!
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Make sure both LAN networks have separate network cards in Kerio Control. I would also recomment to use 255.255.255.0 netmask for both LANs.
If your computers in 192.168.2.x network cannot see each other then it is a problem in our LAN and not related to Kerio Control (as it does not route traffic inside one LAN - it is done by your switch).

Despite the nickname and avatar you use I recommend to read and learn more about computer networks and Kerio Control. Or perhaps contact a Kerio partner where you bouht the product and ask for a help.
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KerioControl

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First of all thank you very much for your quick reply:

I'll explain you in details... "I'm new to that office and trying to optimize the network"

There is One PC with 3 Lans:
1. WAN For Internet ()
2. LAN1 192.168.1.1 /255.255.255.0(Static)
3. LAN2 192.168.2.1 /255.255.255.254 (DHCP) 510 Host

They See each other, but very limited
what if i manually add routes for both LAN interfaces?

Thank you in advanced
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silars

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You may have some mask issues. /24 = 255.255.255.0, /23 = 255.255.254.0 (not 255.255.255.254 = /31).
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KerioControl

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Quote:
Despite the nickname and avatar you use I recommend to read and learn more about computer networks and Kerio Control. Or perhaps contact a Kerio partner where you bouht the product and ask for a help.

Pavel Dobry I know networking, I just wanted to know if kerio had some issues... and that network was not planned and installed by me

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You may have some mask issues. /24 = 255.255.255.0, /23 = 255.255.254.0 (not 255.255.255.254 = /31)


silars I misstyped there was already /23

So, dear friends thank you all for your comments and suggestions:
I solved the problem ... it was not easy i had to reconstruct and reoptimize whole the network, I promoted Domain Controller now everything works perfectly Wink
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KerioControl

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P.S. I suggest everyone to use The kerio Control with Domain Controller, it's so easy to manage and control everything, yes it's true!
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