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I have kerio installed control and offering service in a PC, but I have connected two further cards of net, for the confection of two different nets, one at my company and the other to this nationally, I have in the proxy's server, a server of shawl, but the RAM that I possess is insufficient and I drop the connection, I want to get the shawl on an one belonging to them I access PC that only my company has, as I can make a bridge in order that users nationally have access to my company's PC.

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it wold be a great idea to include this feature in the new release!!!!
I need the same feature! Even Bought Intel i340-t4!

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bridges are really inefficient via standard PC nics. if you really do have low latency LAN segments and can't do simple switch port uplinks, it's best to use a dedicated bridge device.

if they are WAN connections, it's best to setup subnet routing and keep the lan segments separate. there's no need for wide area single broadcast domain these days.
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