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no_name

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hi there.
I need help please.

I use kerio winroute/control v.6.7.x

I plan to make one of my pc can be accessed over remote desktop connection.

for internal use, that pc already can be accessed over remote desktop connection.

I already done:
- set traffic policy use default wizard, with option limited (when we first time setting, there are two option on the wizard, one is basically "open"; and another one is more restricted, I choose this).
- make policy:
from internet to my public IP,
service: RDP, tcp/udp: 3389
allow
nat: <ip internal of the target pc>

for those settings, still I can't connect the target pc via remote desktop connection, from outside network.


need help please. thanks.
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Hi,
with the first i do not know exactly what this wizard does, that is to long ago for me,

for the rule:
from : internet
to : Firewall,
service: RDP, tcp/udp: 3389
allow
nat: <ip internal of the target pc>:3389

That works for me...
Teun

[Updated on: Wed, 26 March 2014 21:46]


Teun
KCAP [NL]
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no_name

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hi there,
thanks for reply.
I've done for the traffic rule, but still can't.

need help please.
thanks.

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ICT and Me

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@no_name,
Why are you still working with a old version? The rule that KCAP (Teun) has given is okay.
Only not NAT but port forwarding

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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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no_name

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hi
thanks for reply.

just for make sure, "port forwarding" setting is on the menu:
traffic rule,
name - source - destination - service - action - translation, correct? if yes, then I put the value:
forward to remote - internet - <my ip public> - RDC, tcp/udp 3389 - allow - nat:<local ip of the PC>, port: 3389

is it correct?

the reason I still use this version:
- we under very budget limited company, therefore hard to get approval to buy new system
- we use this version long enough, therefore we sure this version is stable (isn't it?).

thank you for your understand Smile
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ICT and Me

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The rule set is okay. The NAT is DNAT (Dest. NAT) port is not needed because the service is only that port.

The version you use is old for reason. The latest version is of course stable and provide more. Like IPsec VPN support. Very handy with IMD's and Notebooks with IPsec supporting connections.
Kerio Control isn't that expensive if you buy every year Software Maintance license. Problem is that the version you use is also very known as license hacked version. And if someone ask questions about this version and sorry don't use a name and filled out profile, I get the feeling you are using a illegal version. Please consider to get new license and latest version of control. And keep the license up to date. It will give you more support then only the forum and up to date software with out bugs etc.

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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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no_name

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hi,
thanks for reply. your concern is make sense. since this "appliance" based on software (which is close with piracy).
our office bought the license, but long way ago. I didn't purchase for maintenance fee.

in my region, if I want to continue, then I need to purchase from beginning (count as new customer). this still under discussion on our internal management.

anyway, for Remote desktop, already done. it success because the host is just single PC not under domain.
but for terminal server (host under domain), still can't figure out.

hope there is still a hope for asking help.

thank you.
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