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vickzkater

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Hi, I am using Kerio Control 8.3.3

I want to make rule to Kerio, so I can connect from internet to my office-server (local ip) but I can't do that, even I tried many ways from Google and this forums.

These are the details:
  • IP Public that I used in Kerio Interface: 103.231.202.xxx
  • Port that I want to use to connect my server: 1122
  • IP Local for my server: 192.168.212.91

So I want to connect by accessing 103.231.202.xxx:1122 to reach my server at 192.168.212.91

Please suggest me to this setup config, thx.
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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http://kb.kerio.com/1318
scroll down for Destination NAT (port mapping)

Your rules should be like:

Source: Internet
Destination: 103.231.202.xxx
Protocol: TCP/UDP port 1122
Translation: enable destination NAT, IP 192.168.212.91

[Updated on: Fri, 09 October 2015 10:13]


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pcunix

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Assuming your rule is correct (and it is worth double checking), these things usually turn out to be one or more of the following:

o the tech gave you the wrong internal IP (so many times they've done that to me)
o it's the right IP but the wrong port (again, surprising how often they don't even know their own equipment)
o they never started the service on the destination machine ("I was waiting for you to do the forwarding!")
o a firewall on the destination machine is blocking the port.

A little sleuthing, perhaps augmented with packet examination in the Debug log can usually point you to the right place.


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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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Another common scenario is that the target machine is not using the Kerio Control system as its default gateway. A screenshot of your traffic rules would help.

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