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trisse

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Hi.

There's a Network x.x.1.0, and a second one (where the control box is) x.x.0.0. Both Class C Network.
I set up a static route between these networks, and from the .1.0 Network, i can control the control-box, which points out, that the static route is Ok. The Problem is, that i cant get any further from there: Except of the control-box, no other device is reachable at all. Seems like the control-box is blocking everything, except connections to itself from .1.0. I can connect from .0.0 to any device at the .1.0-site. Funny thing is, all clients at .1.0 can reach our Kerio connect mail server at .0.0 (outlook, not webmail) at default settings in den control-box.

Any suggestions? I don't have access to the control-box right now, but maybe you can give me some advice where to take a look.

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trisse

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Bump!

No ideas? Basically the setup is like this:
http: //i.imagebanana.com/img/dazmwa33/Bild1.png

A Draytek router (nearly configured as like the control-box now) is replaced by the control-box. We can Web-configure the box from the right network, but the packages don't come any further form here on.

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Not really sure, but, with this setup you will see only Kerio from x.x.0.0 and no x.x.1.0
Because Kerio does not have this feature to route traffic
But it can NAT.
So, make a rule
192.168.0.0/24 -> to 192.168.1.0/24 (Any port) -> Source NAT enabled.


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trisse

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Basically, THIS is the final setup.

sorat wrote on Wed, 27 November 2013 17:13
Because Kerio does not have this feature to route traffic

Sure? You can set static routes, so, like every other router/firewall, the controlbox can route traffic(?) Why should i configure static routes instead?

Maybe, you haven't read my port correctly. Clients on x.x.1.0 can web-configure the controlbox on 192.168.0.0 and can access the connect-server at 192.168.0.0 (MAPI) but it seems that the packages dont get any further. I'll give NAT'ing a try but i dont think that this will help.

[Updated on: Thu, 28 November 2013 15:06]

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trisse

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sorry, wrong button.

[Updated on: Thu, 28 November 2013 15:07]

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Screenshot kerio traffic policy rule, thru which you think traffic goes from/to both networks
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