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moTaro

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Hi, I am having trouble enabling Emule in my KWF
This is my setup.

I have 2 (two NICS)
1Nic = External (Cable Internet DHCP)
2Nic = Internal (192.168.0.10)

These are my traffic rules:

Rule#1 Server

Name: Server Emule
Source: External
Destination: Internal
Service: eDonkey, TCP 4662, UDP 4672
Action: Permit
Translation: SNAT(No Translation), DNAT 192.168.0.10

Rule#2 Access Rule
Source: Firewall
Destination: Internal
Service: eDonkey, TCP 4662, UDP 4672
Action: Permit
Translation: SNAT(Internal), DNAT 192.168.0.10

Where I am doing wrong?
I have tried combinations of this, in desperate attempts:) Still no Emule.

Anyone..

P.S Let me just add that, with this setup KAD is working Fine, but not eD2K Network!

[Updated on: Wed, 05 April 2006 01:43]

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winkelman

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The destination of rule 1 should be the firewall. You don't need rule 2.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You don't need to do SNAT at all.
Please read the chapter about port mapping traffic rules in the manual: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kwf/en/ch06s03.html
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moTaro

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http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/2972/keriopolicy29pn.jpg

Me again, I am still having trouble. Still nothing.

I posted snapshot for my setup, and placement of the rules. Feel free to examine them and to all gurus there to help.

NEOTEL is my External (internet) interface
Firewall is 192.168.0.10 which I am mapping in Service Edonkey

service edonkey consist of ports TCP/UDP in range 4661-4672

So, help.

I have read the manual. I am almost certain that I did it by the book. Why is it not working! rrr Smile


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winkelman

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The 'Mule OK' rule should not be Firewall --> Internet, but client PC --> Internet. You want to allow you client PC to run Emaule, not the Firewall itself, right?
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moTaro

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I've installed emule on the Firewall itself. So the rule is ok!

But thanks any way. I have Solved the problem!

These rules actualy do work, only I had to add some other ports to get it to work correctly!

[Updated on: Thu, 06 April 2006 22:19]


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SU|Berkut

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moTaro plz post ur screenshot of rules and services, I heve the same problem with eMule, but eMule is not installed on Firewall
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yeah, another newbie with the same problem.
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