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c23_Mike

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Hi there!

We have two LANs defined in our Kerio with one internet connection.

One office LAN (192.168.250.x with subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and the Kerio as Gateway with 192.168.250.254) and a second LAN for guests with 10.20.30.x and subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and the Gateway 10.20.30.254. Our static internet connection with static Ip has also a DNS record.

From internet we can connect to several services with port forwards to internal servers within the office network, that work fine.

Connected within the LAN (mostly used from the guest network) this routing does not work. A ping to the DNS record is resolved correctly with the static Ip, but the Kerio does not forward the request from LAN1 or LAN2 correctly with the port forwards to the servers in LAN1.

Other router can do this. Some programming necessary or a request for an update?
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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If you are using specifically the designated guest interfaces in Kerio Control, then this is expected behavior. It is by design the guest networks are denied any access to other local networks regardless of traffic rules.

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c23_Mike

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Hi there!

The traffic rules are port forwards for all incoming requests from the internet (like port 80 for a web server).

The guest network can use all the internet, except the own servers, normally reachable with the port forward. I think that is not the best solution, it should be handled like any other request from the internet.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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You can move your designated guest interface to the "Other Interfaces" group.

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c23_Mike

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oh, thanks, I will try that!
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c23_Mike wrote on Wed, 23 March 2016 15:40
oh, thanks, I will try that!

This works!
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