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Hello Again...
I have one more question:

I want to connect via Remote Administrator (default port for his is 4899), and I can't find the right Traffic Policy for that Sad

My lan information:

Internet Connection: ADSL via Modem with NAT enabled (LAN: ; WAN: dynamic ip)

PC with 2 network cards, and KWF:
1 lan card Public = ; gateway:
2 lan card Private =

And want to connect to the same machine ( ; from outside.

I try with Port Maping, i try without port maping, source=Firewall ; Source=Public ; = Source=Any ; Destination=Firewall ; Destination=Public ; Destination=Private..... with any combination, but still i cant connect.

Please help me, if i find right choice to connect on radmin (i think) that will help me for configure edonkey to work only on one PC in network (i connect to donkey server from one PC, but they dont see me)



p.s. When im out, i have person who will tell me IP of modem, becouse that is changing every 10hours.

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According to your explanation what you call public addres is stil private but in your ISP's domain, it is not public IP and it cannot be reached from Internet.

If you are trying to reach your KWF using another connection with the same provider, which means you get IP in the same IP domain as your KWF than you can set Traffic policy like this:

Source: network adapter which connects to your ISP (do not use IP's for this rule since IP's change), or use Any if you do not mind if KWF would be accessible form any computer in your local network.

Destination: Firewall

Service KWF admin (meaning: protocol TCP/UDP, Source port Any, Destination port 44333, or whatever you use)

Action: permit

Hope this helps,


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Hello !

I've bee a user of RAdmin for a very long time, and it is very easy to setup Kerio firewall for that kind of program :

Source : Public adapter
Destination : firewall
Service : add the TCP port 4899
Action : Permit

Click on Apply and that's all !

If it doesnn't work with that, it's because you have forgotten to setup the nat interface of your modem/routeur ... Check inside that you are forwarding the port 4899 to the IP of your public adapter
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