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How can I open a port into our LAN remotely through the Kerio router?


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© December 2015 Anthony Lawrence

Anonymous asks:

How can I open a port into our LAN remotely through the Kerio router? I have followed the directions but it doesn't work.

Examples of port forwarding translation

Assuming your rule is correct (and it is worth double checking), these things usually turn out to be one or more of the following:


A little sleuthing, perhaps augmented with packet examination in the Debug log can usually point you to the right place.

Configuring traffic rules on Kerio Control


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