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luca

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hi guys,

we are trying to test winroute (latest patch included) but seem to have some problem to create a basic configuration.

Our lan is composed from:

a cisco router (controlled only from our isp) that nat every public ip to each internal ip address....for example: 111.111.111.111. map to 192.168.0.2, etc....

we've installed winroute on 0.5 but we would like that 0.5 doesn't waste some other ip like as 0.3 or 0.4 but we need that it control the other ip client....so how can we apply a configuration like this? ...then we've seen this problem: when we activate the kerio engine monitor, we cannot access via browser to 0.5 (where winroute is installed) because winroute has mapped all traffic to 0.3 (web server configured as asked during the wizard).

So the question is: winroute needs absolutely to be configured between router (a dedicated machine) and the lan ? or can i install winroute in a machine at the same level of the other client?

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kesleri

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1. Engine Monitor dosn't affect anything but Kerio Winroute Firewall, Engine Monitor is a diffrent application from KWF


2nd All tell me what the hell do you want to realise i can't understand.
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winkelman

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Of course you need to install KWF between the Internet and the LAN and not 'next to' the other clients. How else is it going to control the traffic?
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