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aholybee

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I checked the forums and the last update on this was in 2011. I have a Pitney Bowes machine that I created a rule for that allowed it to refill our postage meter but when I go to update the software Kerio see's it as a bounce attack because it uses ftp. I have to walk the postage meter down to my cold room and plug into the router just last week now another update this week and i really don't want to have to walk down every time a update happens. how do i tell kerio that the particular "bounce attack" should be allowed?

[Updated on: Tue, 18 March 2014 18:04]

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silars

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Have you tried disabling the FTP protocol inspector?
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aholybee

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the inspector is set to none currently for that device
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silars

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Do you have an option to configure FTP Passive or FTP Active on the meter?
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aholybee

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here is a screen shot of my traffic rule for the device

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aholybee

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still looking for someone to help with this
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Goran

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Its not FTP inspector is probably IPS rule, copy;paste number of rule to IPS exception (1:xxxxx)...
Rule ID: 1:XXXXXXX

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