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Yasser

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Hi
I have an Internet link with pppoe
and i have 8 Public IP from my isp like 2.1.1.1/29 for My Servers...
in my kerio control ... how i configure routing and access roule for internet access for my server with THEIR public IP's?
and how setting IP's on kerio control?
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Morgan H. (Kerio)

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Yasser,

The best way to do this is still to use NAT, but assign Control multiple public IPs and NAT them appropriately.

http:/kb.kerio.com/1310
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Yasser

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thanks. but i want to route those, and not NAT. with one Rule
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Morgan H. (Kerio)

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If you want to route traffic through Control, you will need to break your larger subnet into two smaller subnets, one on the public side one on the private side. You can then create traffic rules without NAT to allow that traffic through to the private subnet.

However, most people either opt for NAT or put the host on the public side of the router because of the IP costs of breaking up the subnets (you will lose 3 for gateway broadcast and network identifier).
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