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GRUN99

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I have a question. Can I omit the hardware router and redirect the internet signal directly in the Kerio Control server? Kerio Control works as a firewall / router and takes over all protection measures? Can I set up port forwardings also?
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silars

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Yeap, that's its whole purpose in life. Stateful firewall and NAT router. It can do quite a bit more, too.

Free trial is still available, iirc.

[Updated on: Thu, 12 September 2013 15:54]

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