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sh_alan

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it seems only can mapping one port in one traffic rule, is this true?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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No, it isn't. Traffic rule can contain a service defined in Definitions/Services. The service could be either one port or a port range. See http://www.kerio.com/manual/kwf/en/ch12s03.html for details how to create user-defined service.
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sh_alan

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thanks.

can i do port-mapping like this:
index.php?t=getfile&id=866&private=0

the opened port(services) in kwf server is not same as the listen port in host?

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Kerio_ktrumbull

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That is a screenshot from WinRoute Pro. This product is no longer supported. You will need to use Kerio WinRoute Firewall if you need help.

[Updated on: Mon, 08 May 2006 21:21]


Kevin Trumbull
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sh_alan

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yes, i had used winroute pro before.

and i transfered to kwf last year. i think kwf also can do that mapping, but i dont know how to do it.

someone helps me? thanks.
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winkelman

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See this chapter in the manual, it explains all about Traffic Policies and port mapping etc... http://www.kerio.com/manual/kwf/en/ch06.html
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