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dpetka2001

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Hello there...i have the following comfiguration : 2 PCs connecting to a switch and sharing the Internet Connection. I have installed the Winroute Firewall on PC1 and i am not able to access the Internet...i tried the Wizzard yet still nothing happens...i would appreciate if you could tell me how to set the rules manually...Thanks in advance...
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petrique_2002

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u should try something like this:
this is a basic NAT Rule:
source: local interface
destination:internet interface
action:permit
Translation:default outgoing interface
now it should work
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wiper

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this works only if pc1 got 2 interface and the second client is pointing at pc1 as default gateway and resides at internal net. and of course if proper FW rules at set.

/W

[Updated on: Wed, 12 January 2005 17:07]

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dpetka2001

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wiper wrote on Wed, 12 January 2005 10:43

this works only if pc1 got 2 interface and the second client is pointing at pc1 as default gateway and resides at internal net. and of course if proper FW rules at set.

/W

what do you mean by that?? could you give an example of how the traffic rule should look??
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dpetka2001

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anyone can help me??
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wiper

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nat at internet interface... use netcard 2 as default gateway for internal (non public/lan etc...)net

point al client at ur internal net at netcard 2 as default gateway and dns.

how to set rules... plz check manual (bad suggestion i know, but i just dont have the time to write it down in "kerio rule format")


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an2ny79

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Why not just use the Traffic Wizard? I remember the first time I use
KWF, I just click Wizard and all are self explanatory. You can tweak
and experiment with those traffics to see the effects. If everything
mess up, click wizard again to rebuild the list for you.

petrique_2002 wrote:

>u should try something like this:
>this is a basic NAT Rule:
>source: local interface
>destination:internet interface
>action:permit
>Translation:default outgoing interface
>now it should work
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dpetka2001

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as i've already said thw wizard did not work for me...still there are problems...and anyway i want to understand how the rules should be set up...if you could give a piece of advise...
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feite

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Is this your configuration:

PC1 ------
|
switch
|
PC2 ------

On PC1 you have installed KWF. Where is you internet connected to? If you installed KWF on PC1 I expect internet to be connected to PC1 like this:

internet
|
|
PC1 ------
|
switch
|
PC2 ------

PC1 should have two network interface cards. One for the LAN and one for the internet. If this is not the case KWF will not work.
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dpetka2001

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My configuration is the following:

PC1 ------
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switch-----Router (Internet)
|
PC2 ------

PC1 has nothing to do with PC2...KF Winorute 6 is installed on PC1...what should a traffic rule look like in this case??

[Updated on: Thu, 20 January 2005 14:27]

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feite

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KWF is a firewall that needs two network cards. One for the internet and one for the LAN. This is not the case for you. If you put a lock on the door you should place it at the outside door, not an inner door. The same is for the firewall.
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dpetka2001

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ok thanks for the advise...i think i should check the Personal Firewall instead...thanks again for all the replies guys...
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am having the same problems with the internet connection sharing... this is my setup

internet
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PC1 - where KWF installed
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PC on LAN

i can seem to make all PC on LAN to connect to the internet while KWF is installed at PC1, even if i would stop KWF they still don't connect. i wonder what could have gone wrong... i did use default configuration of NAT but still no good... what should i do?

please help... thanks.
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