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Hi

In my network before installation Kerio control I had an NIC with 2 IP Addres range(1 for internet"172.20.1.x" and one for Local host server"10.4.105.x") and some routing line in a ".bat" file that all of these line are route to default gateway of Local Server "10.4.105.1" and by typing address of the server on browser(10.4.105.250) we could use the web server.
But the problem is that after I installed kerio although I set these 2 Ip range (10. and 172.) on the public hand(the NIC that connect to internet "172.")and other 192.168.100.1 for Private hand(the NIC that distribute internet to local, I can not connect to web server (10.4.105.250) like before on the browser. it is also be noted that I have ping of "10.4.105.250" in the keio control panel and all the client have internet but ping in client side is "request Time out".so according to description I have some question:
1-How should I configure kerio to have "web server" like before?
2-Should I have routing lines in kerio Routing table or both or only client like before?
3-Is there any need to change gateway of routing file either in file or kerio routing
table?
4-Because of the client use the third range(192.168.100.x) is there any need to set any more range (10.4.105.x) on client NIC side? be consider that the client get IP in DHCP Manner and I do not know if it is possible to get 2nd IP Range in the DHCP Manner?

Yours Sincerely


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