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gskibum

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I have encountered an issue with port forwarding.

If I create a rule to forward a port to a local machine using the primary WAN IP of an internet interface it works. However, if I instead use an IP designated in the "Define Additional IP Addresses..." I can never get a rule to work.

I just designated a new internet interface using the appropriate WAN IP and port forward, and it works. It seems that port forwarding rules only work for an IP that is the primary WAN IP of the internet interface.

With this secondary internet interface, I get the alert in Kerio Control Admin notifying that there are duplicate default gateways. Everything works, I just get this duplicate gateway message.

Is there another way of doing this or is it safe to just ignore the duplicate gateway message?

Thank you.
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lclark

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When I changed from an old WinRoute FW to the Control Appliance a few months back, I found if I added an additional interface I had to restart the firewall before it would accept the new rules.
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