(sorry for my english)
I have problem with configuration.
I have small network, and my computer is internet sharing server.
What i want to set:
- Every connection in LAN is allowed
- Every connection to internet is allowed but not for IP 10.0.0.8
I set my WinRoute like this:
Source - Destination - Service - Action
10.0.0.8 - Dialup - Any - Deny
Local network - Dialup - Any - Premit
Local/Firewall - Local/Firewall - Any - Premit
Firewall - Dialup - Any - Premit
This should be good configuration i think, but it not working propertly
- Internet sharing is off (i check only one computer, so it may be his wrong configuration (but its unlikely)
- My network chat (Vpress chat) is not working. I cant even see myself ;(
- I have problems with connecting with others computers ;(
Can somebody tell me what im doing wrong, and how to configure this?
[Updated on: Fri, 30 July 2004 02:39]
The rules seem ok but remember to set up NAT translation on the "default outgoing interface" for the rule that permits the local PC's to get our (your second rule).
There are a few things to check out:
-Local PC's have in their network interface settings that the default gateway & DNS server is the IP of the Winroute PC (if you dont have a own DNS Server) and to set up DNS forwarding in KWF.
-If you can't still connect take a look at the logs and maybe you'll have a clue.
-By the rules you sent it seems that you are using a Dial-up connection. Is the modem dialing when needed?
[Updated on: Sat, 31 July 2004 13:54]
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