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Hi Guys,

Setup in a data centre with 5 public IP addresses and we want each computer (5 in total) to have their own public ip address but at the moment they are all showing the gateway ip as the public ip on each machine.

How do I configure control for this to work?
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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I assume you would like to configure IP address translation. For each of the 5 network hosts you would need to create a specific traffic rule. The important configuration is in the translation column where you would choose the option to 'use specific IP address'. There is a brief description here http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/security/configuri ng-ip-address-translation-1318.html
Note that you must also make sure that those 5 routable IPs are assigned to the WAN interface of Kerio Control and are properly being routed (e.g. you can ping them from the Internet). Note that you also need a traffic rule to allow ping requests from the Internet to the firewall in order to test routing from the Internet (normally inbound ping requests are blocked by default).

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Yes, you can access the computer externally using the ip address. Can you please give me an example of how the rule would look - I couldn't follow the documentation.
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Source: IP of one of your 5 internal hosts
Destination: Internet
Service: Any
Translation: Source NAT (use specific IP address) - One of your 5 routable IPs
Action: Allow

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