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bubblefish

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Hello to all

Please I need help by my problem ...

KWF ist working very fine on my server W2k , and from this server I can ping all adresses outside .. like www.goggle.com and i get also a request.
If i want to ping from my local lan behind the firewall and the nat i can ping my local lan adresses , but i cannot ping
adresses in the WWW. If I ping I get a answer like this

c:) ping www.goggle.com
ping goggle.de ( 216..........) mit 32 Bytes Daten
- Zeitüberschreitung der Anforderung

My first roule is
ICMP traffic ---- any ---- any --- service: ping -- permit

please help , where is my problem ?
thx
leopold
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mcom

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add translation in column "translation" in rubric "traffic policy"
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bubblefish

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Thanks for answer , but what do you meen with
add translation in column "translation" in rubric "traffic policy"
thx
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frankxs

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Your ping rule must be placed AFTER your NAT rules. Make it the first rule after your NAT entries. Then it should work.

-Frank
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bubblefish

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Thanks to all , the last tip was the correct ...
thanks
leopold
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