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BlackHorse

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Can I use wildcards in IP Address Group?
For example - I want redirect connection for TeamViewer Servers to specific interface.
I create IP Address group and add host "*.teamviewer.com".
I create rule for named "TeamViewer". This rule first in rules list.
But it not work correctly - connection use another rule.
Why?

PS. Sorry for my English... Smile

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BlackHorse

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Forum is died?
Or support do not reply here?
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sorat

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* wont work
Because when the rule applies, kerio does

>nslookup *.teamviewer.com

as if it was real hostname with *
while

>nslookup teamviewer.com

WILL WORK

For example, in pfsense you can use *, but that's completely different story, as it gathers statistics at database beforehand, listing all possible IP addresses, for that alias. As * could mean over 9000 different servers.
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BlackHorse

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Thank you for replay. Smile
I undestand why do not work wildcards in nslookup.

Kerio can resolve ip to name for show to "active connection" (and log dns name to "connection").
Why can not check by local dns database (local dns cache) with wildcards?
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