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Hello guys!.

I'd been using kerio control since the name was winroute Razz

I'm working at goberment institution and I got one of the 7 firewalls that have a lot of traffic rules (is the main building).

Each time that I need to find a rule its take a lot of time. Even if called it but dmz, or server name, still a hard work.

The CTRL+F function of the navigator only search in some parts but not all rules.

There is any method to search the rules or filter ?

Thanks for your time and hope you have a nice day Smile
Ernesto (Kerio)

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No, there is no current way to do a search within the web admin console inside Configuration->Traffic Rules. If you export the configuration you can then extract the winroute.cfg file, which contains all the configuration including traffic rules, open it with a text editor and search through it.

The full text search function is in the process of being added in an upcoming version, maybe in our next major release.

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When having lots of rules it is hard sometimes to browse all of them. On control 8.3 beta that feature is adressed by Kerio along with many other cool and requested features that we hope will make it to the final version. If you register as beta tester you can try it.
Stay tuned.

[Updated on: Fri, 31 January 2014 10:52]

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