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helmi_bhs

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Is it possible to use KWF 5.1.9 with public ip number? Also, is it possible to use same network subnet between external interface and internal interface? Because i tried and it's not working. But before when i was using KWF 5.0.4, it's working properly.
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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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Give an example of what you are trying to do.
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For sample. I have one subnet with 128 ip number.
(ex. 212.20.0.128 subnet, 255.255.255.128 mask)
I use 212.20.0.129 as an external ip number and for local i use 212.20.0.130 on KWF host. For workstation, we start from 212.20.0.131-212.20.0.253 with 212.20.0.130 as a gateway. I use 212.20.0.254 as a cicsco router ip number (gateway for the external connection on KWF host). In the cisco router, i already set to work with that subnet. I tried and it's working.

Also, on the KWF traffic policy, i add one policy on the beginning of the policies (from the wizard) to disable network address translation (NAT) for workstation. That's mean we are running workstation with public ip number. I tried. It's not working. I mean, when i use chat software from workstation (ex. mirc, yahoo messenger, msn messenger), it doesn't work. Even DHCP server. For trial, i write down the ip number on each workstation.
But as a proxy server, it's ok. I can use internet explorer from workstation.

When i changed from public ip into private ip number on local connection (ex. 192.168.100.0 subnet, 255.255.255.0 mask) on KWF host, it's working properly. We can use all service from workstation.

How can i resolve this, if i want to use one subnet with public ip number on workstation?

Thanks

[Updated on: Wed, 28 January 2004 08:57]

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helmi_bhs

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Just for your information. When we use KWF 5.0.4, we can use same subnet between external ip and internal ip, with the same settings that i explained to you.
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If you stop the WinRoute engine then can you still connect to the Internet? You should be able to do this with Windows's IP forwarding feature. If you can still access the Internet from the client machines then you should be able to get this to work with Winroute.
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No. If i stop the KWF engine, i can't use any internet service on client computers. But i did this on KWF 5.0.4. On KWF 5.1.9, i did not try.
Do you mean ip forwarding in DHCP options?
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