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xcore_on

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I am get kerio winroute firewall and i d`like setup it for authentication users
of my domain for access internet.

my pc with kerio have only one network adapter card and I configure internet
explorer of my client in my network for use my pc with kerio for authenticate
and access internet.

I configure kerio for use users of my active direcory of my domain and it view
user of my domain perfect, but any user access internet.

I create rules:
users michael<_at_>domain any any permit


but this not working.
maybe more rules is necessary.

so what rules is necessary.

please, sendme complete rules necessary for authenticate users of my domain for
access internet.

Thanks in advance.
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winkelman

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Exactly how were you planning on using a router in a machine with only one network interface?
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xcore_on

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my router, pc, and so on are plugged directly on my switch.

all my pcs access internet without filter.

so, I configure internet explorer of all my pc for use proxy setting (my pc with kerio), and my uses access http://server:4080/fw/login and try access internet but anyone user have access internet.

I create rules for only user michael and kate (both users of my domain) to access internet but this not working now.

my rules are:
-conectdomain ip_pc_domain firewall any permit
-users1 michael<_at_>domain any any permit
-users2 kate<_at_>domain any any permit
-allusers any any tcp-4080-4081 permit
-default rule any any any drop


maybe my rules are incorret.


please, helpme


thanks
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winkelman

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So what do you use as Internet uplink and where is that connected to?
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xcore_on

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I have one ppp conection with my route/modem with internet. and one ethernet connection of the my router with my switch.

the interface ethernet of router is plugged on switch, same form than all my others devices.

my problem not is my router/connectivity. if I purge configurations setting of my pcs on internet explorer about proxy, all pcs access internet without any problem.

so I configure internet explorer for use proxy (address of my kerio), and this form, access internet not working.

if I configure police "test any any any permit", on kerio, all my pcs with proxy configuration (address of my kerio), access internet, but I d'like filter based in account of my domain!

so I create rules describe in topic above but this not work!


[Updated on: Tue, 20 June 2006 17:42]

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Kerio_jthomas

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WinRoute will not work correctly with only one interface. It simply will not work correctly or as you think it will.

The only fix to your problems are to add a second interface and send all your traffic through the WinRoute server.

Joshua Thomas
Technical Support Manager
2350 Mission College Blvd, Suite 400
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (408) 496-4500
Fax: (408) 496-6902
http://www.kerio.com/support.html

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xcore_on

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ok, now I have two network interface cards.

please, send for me, complete rules based in access of users of Active directory.


I use this below, but not work for my:

-conectdomain ip_pc_domain firewall any permit
-users1 michael<_at_>domain any any permit
-users2 kate<_at_>domain any any permit
-default rule any any any drop


maybe more rules is necessary.

so what rules is necessary???

thanks in advance!
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