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I use the following diagram

and i make NAT on Main Internet (Cisco Router) to Terminal Server IP :
When I used Default getaway: (Kerio Control) on Terminal Server : it is not working .

What are the correct settings to use internet fail-over

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Your network design is wrong. Kerio Control must be between Terminal server and your internet connection. Also you can't have the same IP range on Kerio Control WAN and LAN interfaces.

For network load-balancing you need two Internet interfaces in Control - http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/server-configurati on-kerio-control/configuration-assistant-1308.html#sect-load balancing

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Thank you very much,,,
I will put Kerio Control between Terminal server and internet connection
And i will change the Kerio local interface to

And then what are the policy that must be in Kerio NAT policy .

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