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- KWF 5.1.9 - Trial
- Windows NT4 Server SP6a
- two RTL8139 1 - LAN connected to local net (privat subnet)
2 - Internet connected to net ISP (private subnet)
- access to public internet adresses establish thru PPTP connection.
- Traffic policy rule:
SRC = LAN DST = ANY Serv.=ANY Transl=NAT to IP of outgoing int.
Ptotocol Insp= Default

Problem is:
Only HTTP service work according this rule. Any other services for example POP3 not working. In filter log i see, that this packet out from LAN to public address, but there is no answer from public address. In windows XP this configuration work without problem.


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All working just after
Add DisableOtherSrcPackets value of REG_DWORD type
in \System\CurrentControlSet\Services\RasArp\Parameters key in registry. This value must be set to 0. Very Happy
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