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hatulek

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Hi,

We would like to connect 2 WAN DSL lines to our Kerio FW PC and also 2 separate LAN networks. The Kerio FW must route al traffic from the WAN's to the right LAN's.

Is this possible ?

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Marcel.
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If you have a WAN that is routed to one LAN it can be done. If you want to route specific traffic from LAN to a specific WAN it is also possible. Loadbalance is not possible.
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Hi,

Say we have WAN1, WAN2, LAN1 and LAN2. What we want to do is route all traffic from WAN1 to LAN1 and visa versa and all traffic from LAN2 to WAN2 and visa versa. One of them will be a VPN connection. Is this possible ?

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Marcel.


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Yes i'll believe if can. Create traffic rules like these:

name: LAN1 to WAN1
source: network connected to interface LAN1
dest: network connected to interface WAN1
service: any (or select specific services)
translation: NAT translate of ip addres of interface WAN1

name: LAN2 to WAN2
source: network connected to interface LAN2
dest: network connected to interface WAN2
service: any (or select specific services)
translation: NAT translate of ip addres of interface WAN2

traffic from LAN2 will be forwarded to the interface of WAN2. Response traffic is automatically transfered back. The same for LAN1.

If you want access from WAN1 to LAN1 (hosting a service) you need to create more specific rules for each service.
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