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oguzhansari

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Hello,

I'm testing kerio for the first time.
I plan to build a structure like this.
I'm on trial now.

I have a physical server.
There are 3 virtual servers in it.
Virtual 1: KerioControl923
Virtual 2: IIS + MAIL + PLESK> WinServer16
Virtual 3: SQL SERVER> WinServer16

I got 13 IP packets from the datacenter.
First IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.194) = Physical Server
Second IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.195) = Virtual 1
Third IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.196) = Virtual 2
Fourth IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.197) = Virtual 3
Other IPs for SSL-enabled sites

I use Hyper-V for virtualization.

You can see the settings in the pictures below.
I can not get into Kerio's admin panel.
(Https :// 153.153.153.53:4081/adm's)
It does not ping.

Virtual 1 and Virtual 2 have limited connectivity.

What should I do.
I ask for your help. Embarassed

I share pictures as albums.
Connection password: kerio123
hizliresimyukle.com/album/OQdV

[Updated on: Fri, 20 October 2017 05:47]

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oguzhansari

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Is there anyone who can help?
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KCAP

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Hi, i think your initial config isn't what you want.
I assume that the kerio will be used as a firewall for all servers?
and you have a remote access card in your physical server?

Then:
I have a physical server.
>> give it a LOCAL ip (10.0.0.10 for example)
in hyper -V Create a virtual switch, shared with physical for all 10.0.0... network
create a virtual switch for WAN, add this to the kerio hyper-v as WAN port

There are 3 virtual servers in it.
Virtual 1: KerioControl923
>> Two networkcards,
>> one give all your external IP (add ip's to this network interface) xxx.xxx.xxx.194 to xxx.xxx.xxx.197 (the WAN)
>> second one give it a LOCAL ip (10.0.0.1 for example), the LAN

Virtual 2: IIS + MAIL + PLESK> WinServer16
>> give it a LOCAL ip (10.0.0.11 for example)
Virtual 3: SQL SERVER> WinServer16
>> give it a LOCAL ip (10.0.0.12 for example)

Then config all your virtual windows machines that 10.0.0.1 is the gateway (all connected to this LAN virtual switch)

Then configure in KERIO all the rules you want, that external IP 196 goes to server .. and back
Also take a look at your subnetting, looks off


Teun
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oguzhansari

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I'm connecting to the remote desktop.
With Kerio I want to restrict access to virtual servers.
The user should be able to access the virtual server as follows.
First we will connect to Kerio.
Then we will connect to the remote desktop.
Of course I will use Kerio to protect against external factors.

Network configuration
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[Updated on: Mon, 23 October 2017 18:11]

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KCAP

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Hi,

still Kerio is the Firewall, and needs to be in front, this keeps all the public IP's and the sole connection to the WAN,
so it has two IP's a WAN(or more) and one LAN
All other computers creates a local network, with one gateway, the firewall

The host machine can be a exeption, it doesn't needs to be a part of the LAN network, it only hosts the LAN, but you need to connect to this machine, so it can a part of the LAN, you only need to be able to connect to this machine if the firewall fails, so a remote access card is nice

Teun
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