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Kerio Free Firewall Help Needed?


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#1 bluesjunior

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 09:45 AM

I have installed kerio free on my computer but my son who's computer runs as a slave from my computer which is the host, he now cannot connect to the internet anymore as kerio now blocks it.

can anyone help resolving this issue please and possibly point to a tutorial on setting up kerio free firewall

thanks in advance for any help offered,

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 11:06 AM

Kerio Personal Firewall FAQs
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Posted 01 April 2008 - 12:57 PM

Here are the suggestions for getting a home network working with Kerio installed. You can either take each recommendation one at a time and see if they work for you, or follow each recommendation and once you have done them all, see if your home network works again. It is usually a combination of these suggestions that will get your home network working again with SPF installed.

Under Network Security, Under Applications, make sure you have Any Other Applications set to ask for both Trusted and Internet in, and permit for both Trusted and Internet out.

Also under Network security, under applications, make sure Windows File and Printer Sharing Trustin In and Trusted Out are set to Permit.

Under Predefined, do you have Other ICMP packets set to permit for trusted and Internet? How about Broadcast under that section too? Those need to be set to permit. Under the trusted area tab, make sure you have a check mark in all of the available options. Under Advanced tab, make sure you have Gateway Mode enabled.




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