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I have a Windows 2000 Server running your excellent Kerio WinRoute Firewall 6.0.8, together with web server (ports 80 & 81), mail server (ports 25 & 110) and FTP server (ports 21 and some others). The networks are:

NIC 1: Local Network
IP: 192.168.0.1
MASK: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: none

NIC 2: First Internet Connection
IP: 166.111.14.151
MASK: 255.255.255.192
Gateway: 166.111.14.129
DNS: 166.111.8.28
(This interface connects to a specific range of the Internet: 166.111.0.0/MASK: 255.255.0.0, and 162.105.0.0/MASK: 255.255.0.0)

NIC 3: Second Internet Connection -- ADSL Dial-up Connection
IP/MASK/Gateway: DHCP
DNS: 202.106.0.20

I have two Internet DNS names for my server, one is www.x.com for 166.111.14.151, and the other is x.3322.org for my ADSL connection.

My requirements:
1. Local network connected to Internet ---- already OK (NAT on NIC 3, and routing table defined by me: 166.111.0.0 and 162.105.0.0 by gateway 166.111.14.129);
2.Any requests (Web, FTP or email SMTP or POP) from the Internet can be fulfilled through the fastest route (i.e. request from 166.111.5.8 routes to gateway 166.111.14.129; and request from 202.106.56.83 routes to gateway of ADSL connection) by visiting the appropriate DNS names (www.x.com or x.3322.org).

My problems:
A user from 202.106.*.* can visit my website easily by typing the URL http://x.3322.org. But when a user from 166.111.5.83 sends a request of http://www.x.com to my web server, his IE returns 'the page cannot be displayed.' I review the logs, and find that WinRoute won't let the requests reach the Firewall host (the web server). And the same as FTP and email server.
I have defined the rules by your wizard, building NAT on NIC 3.

My question is:
How can I connect the three networks together correctly?
Thanks in advance!

[Updated on: Mon, 22 November 2004 10:10]

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