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Hi everybody.
I have a Kerio control and use it as a firewall and proxy server.
firstly I want to force authentication for all users and IP Addresses in my network (for accounting purposes)secondly I have some local servers(DNS,Mail,Web and ...) and I want let their IP Addresses to access internet with any services and users from internet can access my servers (especially web servers) without any authentication.
Please help me to achieve this goal and let me know which proxy model should I use(Transparent or non Transparent)
Thanks in advanced

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You'll want to create a user account that is automatically authenticated by IP address.

There are a few threads that discuss this concept. Here is one that I found: msg_94213

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Thanks for your replay silars.
I was read mentioned article and I was do the procedure but I still have this problem.
actually when I try to open a internal web page (its behind a kerio with 192.168.x.x) with its private IP Address (89.219.x.x) from internal network or from the internet, Browser try to connect accounting.myinternaldomainname.local for authentication and because there isn't such a web site on the internet and internet users can access this website with its (192.168.x.x) IP address , Noone can access my web server.
Note: "Always require users to be authenticated when Accessing web pages" is enable in "authentication options" tab of "Domains and user login"
Should I Disable "Always require users to be authenticated when Accessing web pages"?
if no , How can I solve this problem?

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