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Balthaer

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We're running Kerio 7.4.1 on linux to act as our main gateway for a site.

We have been requested to add wireless to the site and all is well, except that I would like to separate the wireless from the wired LAN as it is used as 'Guest' wireless on occasion.

At present the wireless is plugged into a separate ethernet port on the firewall.

We have enabled Web Authentication for bandwidth management purposes with AD integration and auto authentication using NTLM.

My problem is:

1. How do I separate this interface to prevent access to the other LAN interface?

2. How do I set the firewall to not require authentication on this interface as the guests do not have AD usernames or passwords?

I don't know if this is even possible but I would greatly appreciate feedback!



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Geek Consult

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1: Seperate the Port Settings to Standalone Interface
2: Make seperate IP-Adressgroups Auth / NoneAuth and enable it under Domains and User Logins
3: Make the Traffic Rules for the Separate Interface

Done
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Balthaer

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Hi,

Thank you for the reply! I had almost given up hope.

However, I am struggling a bit in following the instructions. Would you be able to provide a bit more detail for each step?

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