We currently have a Sonic Wall that has been working fine for years, but we are going to transition off of it to a Kerio Control. We have 10 external IPs. Each of these IPs is currently mapped to different internal servers offering similar services behind our firewall. I am having a problem getting them to work properly. The Traffic Rules are slightly different than Sonic Wall's, so I just want to confirm that I am doing it correctly. We have an NG300 9.2.2 build 2172
One of my external IPs is XX.XXX.XX.110 all traffic into this IP that matches the services selected should pass on to 192.168.1.20.
Service: Selected Services
IP Version: Any
Translation: MAP 192.168.1.20
Does this look right?
- Brian Carmichael (Kerio)
Your source should be either 'any' or 'Internet'. The destination will be XX.XXX.XX.110
Note that you may be missing an important step, which is to first add those IP addresses to your WAN interface so that they are routable within the TCP/IP stack. This KB article should provide some guidance: http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/traffic-rules/conf iguring-traffic-rules-multihoming-1310.html
Consider also using the reverse proxy in case any of those servers are HTTP/HTTPS based.
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