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The Kerio Control is connecting two Local LANs together: X.X.X.X and Y.Y.Y.Y

The Kerio Control have 2 IPs

1. X.X.X.1
2. Y.Y.Y.1

I have added a NAT traffic rule which any X.X.X can connect to any Y.Y.Y, when testing it worked fine, but the destination sees the Kerio control IP. not the real client IP, for example:

if X.X.X.100 connects to Y.Y.Y.100, the connection appears as if it comes from X.X.X.1 (Kerio Control Machine).

How can I set the NAT to see the real client IP? (X.X.X.100)? Please advise...

[Updated on: Tue, 22 October 2013 17:57]


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That's how NAT works. It always replaces client's IP with IP of the firewall with NAT.
If you don't want this behavior, don't use NAT, use normal routing instead.

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Hi Peter, Yes thats correct, but when I un-check the NAT, then the route will go also, Y.Y.Y.100 becomes unreachable to X.X.X.100. Is there any other way to do it through the admin interface? I am using the appliance not the application installation or I would do it through the OS.


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Hi

It is solved now, the problem was on the Y.Y.Y.100 machine, the default gateway was incorrect. Appreciate your help

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