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I have a internet link with 4 public ip addresses , my previous router was Mikrotik , I've been set my first public ip address on the LAN interface (; additional: (clients connect to LAN using switch) , and nat the whole clients to that address , then I set the other ipis on the NIC of my servers like this :

ip :
additional ip :
subnet :
gateway :

the server connects to internet by it's public ip and there was no need to nat defining on the router.

Now , I want to change the router to Kerio Control , I've done those settings on kerio , but the other ip's doesn't route on the server , it remains the router ip on whatis myip.com.

what should I do to set public addresses on the NICs of the servers without nat?
Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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It's very unusual to have public and private IP on the same interface. That indicates bad network design.
I'd suggest to contact our technical support, they can help you review your traffic rules.

Petr Dobry
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