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Linsi

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I use Winroute Ver4.2.5 in my home server. I've puzzled for a long time. There are two PCs and a notebook in my family. I assign three IP addresses to them. But I do not want these two PCs and notebook can use the other vacant IP addresses. That is, I want give 192.168.0.2-4 to them and disable other IP addresses. I have made some attempts like these below.
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1. I defined an Address Group named "My_family" and they are from 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.4
2. In Packet filter dialog - Outgoing - Add item. Source(My_family) are allowed to access Destination(Any address).
3. In Packet filter dialog - Outgoing - Add item. Source(Any address) are denied to access Destination(Any address).

But it doesn't work. All the computers in my family can't access internet now. why?

How can I solve this in Kerio 4.2.5?

Can sb help me? Thanks in advance.
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Linsi

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Can somebody help me?

Thanks a lot.


Stephen
Aug 12, 2006
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winkelman

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You basic/idea setup seems right: allow those 3 addresses access and deny the rest. Maybe you should change the destination in the deny rule from 'anything' to specifically the internet (or the network interface connecting to the internet)?

The version you're using is pretty old, I do not know anything of that version, so I can't be of much assistance.
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