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AndrisGazda

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Hello

1. I have 2 AVTech AVN-257 IP cameras (http:// www.avtech.com.tw/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item& id=55) in 192.168.1.X IP class, the other computers are in 192.168.0.X class, the LAN interface has multiple IPs. If on PC or laptop I have multiple IP adresses, 1-1 from both classes or via VPN I can access them without any problem, but If I have only from the other IP class (192.168.0.X) enters only the login page and cannot go further.

2. Recently I migrated Kerio Control from win edition to Hyper-V appliance under Win2008 Server Standard R2, 3 network interfaces (WAN, LAN, WLAN) as external type under hpyer-v, each paired with the physical adapter, excepted LAN they are unshared, LAN only to have network access to/from Hyper-V host wich is Active Directory Server too.
At WAN side I have a router connected for internet access, at LAN side the switch, at WLAN side a wireless router for "public" wi-fi internet access, with network key on wireless network.
WAN 10.5.50.X, LAN 192.168.0.x static and DHCP, 192.168.1.X, WLAN 192.168.4.X (between NIC and wireles router's WAN port) and 192.168.3.X via DHCP from wireless router for connecting devices.
From laptop connected to LAN via switch I can ping WAN 10.5.50.X, both router and kerio WAN IP address, WLAN 192.168.4.X too, both router and Kerio WLAN IP address.
From laptop connected to wireless router I can ping LAN 192.168.0.x, 192.168.1.X, WLAN 192.168.4.X, WAN 10.5.50.X too, like the all stuff would be automatically routed.
There is any way to "unroute" them, or I have to block manually in Kerio for the specified IP classes ?

3. Kerio Control web interface has problems at "Status" tab on netbooks, on my 10" Acer netbook I cannot se nothing at "Active hosts" because of the resolution ? I would like to access web interface for administration from field-work or when I'm not at office, but I cannot do it because of this "bug".

4. I already asked for bandwidth limiting for specified user and another specified parameter, in august 2012 the Kerio support answered that will be proposed for developers to implement it, but is still missing.

5.The e-mail reporting options are too less, there are no options to associate e-mail reporting to traffic rules or http or bandwidth shaping rules.

6. Bandwidth limiting has no fine-tuning option, like setting burst&co, or option for equal bandwidth shaping between specified hosts or between a group of hosts.
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2. Routers/Firewalls automatically route between all connected interfaces. You need to specify policies or ACLs to restrict routing. This isn't specific to Control.
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AndrisGazda

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Tthere is no automate generated routing and I can specify the rules, but in Kerio the routing table cannot be modified.
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Cisco, Juniper, HP, Brocade, Extreme, etc., etc. All enterprise class routing and firewalling devices.

You cannot modify the routing table for directly connected interfaces. They are automatically entered.

Your only method in those cases would be something like VRFs. Even then, you aren't really altering the routing tables as you are virtualizing the device.
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