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mct62

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I was wondering if a multi-homed public interface was a supported configuration of Kerio. For example, if I had a block of several IP addresses, I can assign them all to the same interface card in Windows, and at the TCPIP layer the interface will respond to traffic specifying any of those addresses.

But what happens at the Kerio level? Can rules be specific to an individual IP address on the same interface?

If I use the predefined 'firewall' host, will that correctly match with any of the addresses assigned to the interface?

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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mct62 wrote on Fri, 28 April 2006 05:55


But what happens at the Kerio level? Can rules be specific to an individual IP address on the same interface?



Yes. Just put IP address to traffic rules.

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If I use the predefined 'firewall' host, will that correctly match with any of the addresses assigned to the interface?



Yes. Host "Firewall" in traffic rules match all IP addresses assigned to all interfaces present in KWF.

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