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pmatos

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Hi there,

I have setup kwf on a network with:

NIC 1- to the internet (IP provided by Satelite ISP)
NIC 2- to the local network (IP 192.168.0.x) where I need file and printing sharing to users on this ip range
NIC 3- to an external network (IP 192.168.1.x) where I just want to provide external users with internet access withou file and printing sharing over the NIC 2 networked users.

I thought that, if I disable file and printing sharing on the NIC 3, I get the problem solved, but it does not happens, there is, if I disable file and printing sharing on nic 3, i am unable to use this functionality on nic 2 also.

Is there any way I can disale file and printing sharing just for nic 3?

Thank you

Paulo Matos
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feite

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You could use traffic rules to deny the traffic form nic2 and allow the traffic from nic3
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pmatos

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Thank you Feite.
Can you please help me on stablish a rule for that?

You have post a message with the rule:
"
For the nic 2 segment create a rule like this:

name: internet access nic 2
source: network connected to interface nic2
dest: network connected to interface nic1
service: specify services here or specify 'any'
action: allow
translation: NAT default outgoing

For the nic 3 segment create a rule like this:

name: internet access nic 3
source: network connected to interface nic3
dest: network connected to interface nic1
service: specify services here or specify 'any'
action: allow
translation: NAT default outgoing

Make sure nic 2 and nic 3 have a valid ip address in that segment. "

Is this the rule I need?
Thank you once again.

Paulo Matos
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feite

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No. That was to allow access to the internet from the segments connected to nic2 and nic3. If I'm correct you want your firewall to be fully connected to the computers in segment nic2. I'll give you the rules for that. You only want to give computers in segment nic3 connection to internet. The rule I gave you is good for that.

name: nic2 to firewall
source: network connected to interface nic2
dest: firewall
service: any (or specify the services you want)
action: allow
translation: none

name: firewall to nic2
source: firewall
dest: network connected to interface nic2
service: any (or specify the services you want)
action: allow
translation: none
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