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Radek Uhlíř

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Hi guys,

i just want please you to help me with configuring my Kerio

In attachment Im sending you simple example topology of our network and im wondering how to configure NAT this way in Kerio Control.

We have been using Kerio Winroute for many years and it is possible to configure forwarding in that way, but with Kerio Control, i cant find sollution. Can you help me please? Everything is described in image.


Thanks for your reply! Razz

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Brian (GFI/Kerio)

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This KB article should help http://kb.kerio.com/1310
Note that the article does not mention an important step. You must also configure your IP addresses in the settings of your Internet interface using the "Define additional IP addresses" button.

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Radek Uhlíř

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Brian Carmichael (Kerio) wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 16:17


Note that the article does not mention an important step. You must also configure your IP addresses in the settings of your Internet interface using the "Define additional IP addresses" button.


Can you please show me on the picture, where I can find "Define additional IP addresses" button ? I cant find it Confused

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Screenshot attached


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