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hoj

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Hi, I am new in this forum.
I have a Local network after a firewall NATed with Range IP 172.16.10.x.
I want to NAT this Internet Line to other network with range IP 192.168.0.x.
I install kerio between this two network with 2 interface( 2 network adapter).
but i can not config it to have internet on range ip 192.168.0.x.
help me , please.
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silars

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Both of those networks are not Internet routable. You'll either need a 3rd NAT device or change your IP addressing.
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mlee (Kerio)

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I am guessing what you mean is you would like to share the internet connection with 2 internal networks is that correct?

If it is, make sure both inside networks are in the trusted network with the correct NAT rule. (See sample below)

./fa/3150/0/


If it is not, please elaborate.

M.

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