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Dear forum,
I'm trying to have user authentication only on one LAN interface of my client's kerio control.
I have 6 WAN interfaces and 2 LAN interfaces, I wish to have 1 LAN interface with user authentication via the domains LDAP, and the other LAN interface without any user authentication.
When activating this service I get the authentication portal on ALL LANs, I'm unable to define which one I want it on.
Is there a traffic rule to make to bypass the user authentication of one network only?
How would you do it?

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Hi Erik,

easiest way is to add different IP Range (with DHCP) to second LAN. In next Step you have to add IP Address Group for this Range. In last step please add User, which is for all users of this second LAN, with Option "Addresses" --> "IP address group".

Good luck!
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