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luvvbuzz

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i am using kerio winroute 5 and i have been told i need to forward ports 4662 tcp and 4672 udp on it. i am using an origo 8400 routerm and i have frowarded ports on the router. can somebody tell me where i can get to the seetings with the firewall to forward these ports? or tell me how i forward these ports in this firewall? this is all very frustrating as i am quite new to computers and i really dont understand some of the terminology. but i have mangaged to forward these ports on my router, now i just want to do the same in the firewall, please help.
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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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Go to Configuration --> Traffic Policy. Try these two rules:

Source: Internet network card
Destination: Firewall
Action: Permit
Service: TCP:4662
Translation: Destination NAT to IP of client machine

Source: Internet network card
Destination: Firewall
Action: Permit
Service: UDP:4672
Translation: Destination NAT to IP of client machine
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luvvbuzz

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your too late, i junked your firewall and installed zone alarm pro. if you had replied a bit sonner i would probably have done what you said here.
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Anonymous
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wow...ZoneAlarmPro Wink

I just came from MS ISA-Server... thats a change, or what? Wink
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You have replaced a corporate network firewall with personal one? Wooow...
What do you want to protect? A single PC or local network?
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Anonymous
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...still my local network has to be protected.

You may get a smile on your face, when i tell you, that i missed some features on ISA and saw them on WinRoute, e.g. pure support for Dial-Up-Connections.

I´m looking forward to ISA 2004, wich currently is available in beta 2

Since i have no company to protect, i´m able to be more flexible in the way how i manage my protection Wink

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