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vds.limited

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Hello,
In my scenario i have 1 vmware esxi server, installed kerio appliance on it, and have windows server on same esxi server, i need to route my windows traffic to kerio with default gateway setup of kerio ip in same subnet, what rules should i set kerio control for i route that windows server traffic through kerio and still have static ip for windows server and can access to windows server through internet
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vds.limited

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i got it figure with 2 NIC wan and lan but it seems to when i want to forward wan ip to lan i have to put wan interface on it and it cant work on more 1 ip also tried vlan and didnt work, any idea how to get it figure for more ip?
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Are you trying to use a static public IP or static private IP on your server?

This sounds like a simple port forwarding situation, but would need more information on how you want Internet users to access the server.
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