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Hi Guys,

I have a problem with our Kerio Operator server.

Our operator server has 2 NICS.
One NIC (eth0) directly to the outside world (no firewall, no NAT etc) with a external IP.
One NIC (eth1) to a internal network switch where the VOIP Phones are connected to. (192.168.4.x network)

Phones can receive phone calls and call to the outside world, but have no other internet access.
This is needed for us to load our contacts from our Kerio Connect server into our phones.

What route do I have to create? To make the phones have access to the outside world?

Also just to try I connected my laptop on the internal (phone) switch with the same IP info as one of the phones but also then I have no internet access.
Meaning in my opinion that operator is not giving internet access to the local (192.168.4.x) network.

Looking forward to any good suggestions.
Jakub Viták (Kerio)

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1) Operator isn't router and for direct usage on Internet, please, consider the security measures - see http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-operator/server-configurat ion-kerio-operator/securing-kerio-operator-819.html

2) Operator's DHCP server is unable to serve different gateways for both interfaces.

Solution for you is to use router with DHCP server on Internet side - like Kerio Control firewall solution which is designed to work with Operator and for communication restriction and analysis.

[Updated on: Mon, 11 March 2013 12:49]

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