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I currently have a local webserver setup that can only be accessed from one specific local IP for example. I am currently using the Kerio proxy for users to access this webserver. Their IP's are all masked as

Is there a way to drop the proxy and use NAT instead?

Would it be possible to connect the webserver to a kerio interface (NIC) and change the IP address of the webserver to would NAT then work?

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Lucian Maly (Kerio)

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Sorry, but I am not following. Why would you want to use NAT inside the LAN? What exactly are you trying to achieve?

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i need top setup a NAT from live IP addresses to point to internal IP addresses.

I want to RDP to a live IP and have it route directly to a specific machine.

How do i get that right?

thanks in advance
Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Please read Port mapping section in product manual - html

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