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mishmash

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Hi,
I have set-up Kerio on my windows 2000 machine, but i have 2 other machines that will connect through this. One is a windows xp machine, and when i tell this machine to automatically detect the proxy server it does it fine. When i do the same on the windows 98 machine it cant find the server, so i presume that i need to tell teh 98 machine where the server is, so put in the ip address of the proxy server, and port 80, it does not seem to work, is kerio proxy running on a different port number?

many thanks if u can help me....
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MiroslavStastny

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HTTP proxy in KWF uses port 3128

Miroslav Stastny
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mishmash

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cool, i have that working, but i still cant ping my mail server?
any ideas?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Do you have NAT enabled ?

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mishmash

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i think it is enabled, cos i can ping from the win xp machine ? problem seems to be just with the win 98 machines?


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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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Have you configured a default gateway on the Windows 98 machine?
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