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I have the following set up.
Interface 1 is set as to_internet interface and added to the internet interfaces
Interface 2 is set as local1 interface. It has a static IP of mask and dns server. local1 interface is added to trusted local interfaces.
Interface 3 is another local interface. It has a static IP of and mask. dns server. This interface is also added to the trusted local interfaces.

In Kerio I have DHCP server set up.
For interface 2 it has a range of with a default gateway of
For interface 3 i have a range of with a default gateway of

Both subnets have access to the internet. As I have a Trafic policy rule that allows this (default rule - trusted local to trusted internet).

I also have the default local traffic rule enabled.

The problem:
I am unable to make it so that computers from the 10.5.130.x subnet can ping and see computers from the 10.5.131.x subnet.

What are the settings in Kerio to enable the two subnet networks to see each others clients?

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Do you have rules like this:
Eth2>Eth3 All
Eth3>Eth2 All

this can be in one rule
ICT and Me

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Put both cards in the Trusted group. That must be working.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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