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rierup

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Hello!
Last week I installed the new WinrouteFirewall6 and i think its great. Razz It works very well with the outgoing(NAT) http-Messages. And the forwarding of the incoming http-Messages to the IIS works too.
There is only one small problem left. Sad
Our own http-sites dont work from within the lan.

Is it possible to route the inner http(port 80) from a LAN-client direct to the IIS wich is in the lan too?

The firewallconfiguration is seen in the attached picture.

Many thanks for your help.

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feite

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Add the url of your site to the hosts file. If you use KWF as DNS forwarder you can edit the hosts file there (Configuration/DNS Forwarder). Replace the xxx.xxxxx.xxx with your url.

192.168.0.11 xxx.xxxxx.xxx
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rierup

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Thanks for you answer.
The funny thing i have now is, that one site works (www.idima.at), all the others not.
In the attachment you can see my configuration.

Many thanks in advance.

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gert

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First thing I would do now is to test if the url's are actually resolving to the local IP. Try pinging them all and see which IP address is used.

If they're all resolved to the local IP you should effectively be bypassing KWF completely in which case your problem might have something to do with the setup of IIS.
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