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Hi Guy's this problem is solved. This was not a problem that was relatet to the firewall.

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Hi Guy's

I have a strange problem. I have configured the KWF with a dialup connection via adsl and a xp vpnadapter. I receive a official ip address from the provider via dhcp. So far so good. This is working fine. I have also an ip adress range that was routet to this firewall interface. I setup the following rule:

Rule
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Source: internet

Target: 195.230.41.130 ( not the firewall adress, is one of the addresses that routed to this interface )

Services: http, https, pop3, smtp, Any icmp, pptp, vnc

Action: permit

Translation: MAP (192.168.0.1)


Everything works fine, except https traffic. Behind this internal ipaddress there a w2k server and exchange 2003 server. They want to access the outlook webaccess behind the firewall from outside world. This doesn't work. In the filterlog it seems everything ok.

Any suggestions ?

lifutom

[Updated on: Sun, 03 April 2005 16:49]

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