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i am having problems with NAT... i can't seem to make it work... here's my setup:

PC inet server with Winroute Firewall (NAT enabled, Default gateway, dhcp server)
PCs on LAN (about 10 clients)

the problem is that the PCs on LAN can't connect to the internet whenever Winroute Firewall is installed at PC inet server even NAT is enabled or Winroute Firewall service is stopped. but when when i enable the proxy and set the proxy to my clients, the internet works for them but i don't want to have a non-transparent proxy. how can i make this work?? Confused please help!! thanks.

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i guess this is a traffic policy rule problem.
it should work - it has to !. Try to use a kerio trafic policy wizard to set basic rules, and then try to custumize it.

If it works when you hava a proxy - on, it means, that you dont nat lan connected computers..

use standard policy..

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