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danielmartin

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Hi,

Here is my network configuration:

Winroute Computer:
2 Network card.
1) LAN. 192.168.0.2
2) Internet DSL: 200.X.X.X
Windows 2003
DHCP SERVER (Winroute included)
FTP SERVER

Domain Controller:
LAN. 192.168.0.1
Windows 2003 Domain Controller
Microsoft Exchange Server & Outlook Web Access
algo POP, IMAP

I want to get access to Outlook from the internet, here is what i did, ADD a NEW TRAFFIC POLICY:
Name: OWA
Source: Internet
Destination: 192.168.0.2
Service: HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, IMAPS, POP3
Action: Permite
Translation: MAP 192.168.0.1

What i did wrong? How i can setup OWA with kerio Winroute?

thanks!?
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The destination is wrong. Replace it with 'Firewall'.
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danielmartin

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Thanks,

I replaced the destination with my Firewall, but I keep getting this error:

Connection to server 200.x.x.x failed (Connection actively refused by the server.)

And what i excactly need is:

If you go to:
http://200.x.x.x --> go to the firewall homepage on localhost
(http://192.168.0.2)

and if you go to
http://200.x.x.x/exchange --- go to the OWA on another server
(http://192.168.0.1/exchange)

where 200.x.x.x is my fixed ip.

Any help?

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If I understand you correctly you want to access 2 websites. The first is the site on the firewall (the KWF web interface)and the second is OWA on the domain controller. KWF can not forward connections to 2 different webservers for the same port number. If you want 2 sites to be available on the outside you should use 2 ip address of use differt port numbers. You can assign a differt port number to the KWF web interface (Advanced options / Web interface / Advanced).

If you have only one site (OWA) than you could try the following:

rule: local traffic
source: network connected to interface LAN, Firewall
dest: network connected to interface LAN, Firewall
service: any
log: packets, connections

rule: OWA access
source: host (ip number of an external testmachine on the internet)
dest: Firewall
service: any
log: packets, connections
MAP 192.168.0.2

Now look in the filterlog and check wat is going on. After you have analysed the log you can restrict the rules.

I assume that OWA is up and running and that accessing OWA from inside the LAN works (check om domain controller, firewall and another pc).
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