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Old May 20, 2002, 06:36 AM
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If i network 2 PC's together, will Kerio protect both PC's? do i have to set up a rule set for the other PC? i just wanna make sure i am protected in both PC's. thanks.
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Old May 20, 2002, 08:54 AM
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Right click on Kerio on both PC's and go to [b]Administration.[/b] Click the [b]Firewall[/b] tab and then click [b]Advanced.[/b] Next, click [b]Microsoft Networking[/b]. Check all boxes except [b]Ask Me For Access To My Shared Folders[/b]. (Though you can check it if you want)

Now, each of your PC's should have an IP address.... like 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.2. That means that the ID of your internal network is 192,168.0.0. In the [b]Trusted Address[/b] section, click [b]Add[/b] and type [b]192.168.0.0[/b]. That will add your local network as a trusted network. Those addresses are private that I gave you. They are for use on internal networks only. I am assuming you have a router or something between you and the internet. If that is not your setup, let me know and I will put up more info.

BTW, M8, I am getting that stuff together for you.

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Old May 20, 2002, 08:56 AM
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One more thing.

Go to www.labmice.net and click on [b]Networking[/b] over on the right.

You will get a TON of good info to read there on networking and all.

Highly recommended man.

-Zack
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Old May 20, 2002, 08:28 PM
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Thanks a lot zack!! i dont have a router. im just connecting 2 pc's with a crossover cable. i still have crappy dial-up here. hope this is enough info to go by. thanks again
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Old May 24, 2002, 12:30 PM
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If your sharing the same internet connection then if the computer with the modem installed has your firewall installed on it then your second networked pc should be protected too.
Im not sure on kerios settings because Ive never used it but just try to access the internet with the second pc and I would of thought kerio would ask your permission (more than likely on the primary pc)

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