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dominic

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Hello.

Prerequisites:
- a few public IPs from DC;
- Kerio Control Box 3130;
- connection scheme:
DC gateway -> Kerio Control Box (2 public IPs, balanced configuration) -> Physical server (1 port connected to KCB with patch cord);
- +1 public IP for physical server.

Question:
- can physical server have public IP behind kerio control box? (can I achive ip forwarding?)
- so that traffic would go through kerio control box, but physical server have it's own public IP?


Thank you very much in advance.


[Updated on: Mon, 28 September 2015 23:05]

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ICT and Me

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I think it is possible, but you need to do some tricks with IP ranges.
But why you want the server having a public IP number?
It is easier to have all Public IP numbers delivered on Control and create rules with public IP number and forward to internal (private) IP address.
Or use R-Proxy if it is only HTTP/HTTPS on both public.

[Updated on: Tue, 29 September 2015 16:54]


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dominic

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Thank you very much for your answer Smile

>>It is easier to have all Public IP numbers delivered on Control

You mean "additional IPs" function on Internet interfaces?
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dominic

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I need to achieve something like this for incoming and outcoming traffic:

Internet
|
Kerio Control Box (example public IP1 99.99.99.1, example public IP2 98.98.98.1 (load balancing), example local IP 10.10.10.1)
|
Physical server (example local IP 10.10.10.14) -------------------------
| |
Virtual Machine 1 on Physical Server (example public IP 99.99.99.2); Virtual Machine 2 on Physical Server (example public IP 98.98.98.2)

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[Updated on: Wed, 30 September 2015 16:47]

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