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balbino.caballero

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Hi Everybody:

I'm troubleshooting a Kerio Winroute Firewall. The Computer were the software is installed described here:

- W2K Server SP4
- 4 NICS
- Kerio Winroute Firewall 6.2.1
- AVG Antivirus

My main problem is this:

The four NICS are separated for diferent segments

- a WAN (with the same name in KWF) nic that receives the internet connection through the router (its IP ADDRESS goes as 201.xxx.xxx.Cool.
- a LAN (with the same name in KWF) nic that connects to a LAN with ip address 192.168.1.0/24

- a PERIMETER (with the same name in KWF) that connects to a perimeter LAN with address 192.168.2.0/24

- a BRIDGE nic that connects the main building with a second building.

according to the configuration, everything is fine, except that the traffic from the LAN to the WAN is to slow. In a previous configuration (in a hardware firewall), I used a GLOBAL pool of IP Addresses (from 201.xxx.xxx.11-201.xxx.xxx.255) for WAN ACCESS. Can I set that here? How?

In the perimeter LAN, there is a group of servers that I take out to the NET. Right know they have their public Addresses (201.xxx.xxx.4-201.xxx.xxx.10), but I want to put them behind the firewall. I was reading the posts of port mapping and a special NAT configuration, but setting them in my configuration, can't let me achieve my goal.

Any help is welcome,

Thanks,
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balbino.caballero

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Sorry, i see that the WAN ip card configuration was send it bad...
the WAN ip address goes as 201.000.000.2, netmask 255.255.255.0 gw: 201.000.000.8
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