Can someone post a rule list for Kerio?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by notageek, May 11, 2003.

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  1. notageek

    notageek Registered Member

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    I would like to see a sample rule list for Kerio. I would like to see one that has Proxo and webwasher set up on it. Also would like to see one with AIM,MSN or Yahoo. I'm going to try Kerio and see if I can figure out the rule list thing on Kerio. It can't be that hard. I already been to the DSL kerio board and it really didn't help alot. :) they just+ con fused me cuz they p[osted other things in a certian post. It just got a little confusing. Thanks
     
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    Hello,

    Here : http://tinylink.com/?TgMzl7F61b (Fr but the rules are in English)

    For WW use the same rules as for you browser.

    For special applications see the ports to allow here :
    http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/app_port_list.htm

    Best regards,
     
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    Well, if you've been to the DSLR Kerio board, I assume you also looked at the Tiny-Kerio FAQ (listed at the top of the main page).

    I suspect that the problem you encountered is due to the fact that there really isn't any such beast as a 'representative' (or sample) rule set for Tiny/Kerio -- they're all dependent on many details of your configuration and needs. At DSLR, gwion has repeatedly tried to explain this issue with regards to Tiny/Kerio, both in the forum there and also in the FAQ. Long ago, Pilgrim and @guard made the same point with respect to WRQ's AtGuard firewall on the Unofficial AtGuard Users Forum. More recently, a number of us (including CrazyM) have been trying to explain the various issues with regards to Norton's NIS and NPF. The problem here is that there are too many possible parameters and considerations for any rules-based firewalls to easily present a sample ruleset applicable to all users and their hardware configurations, internet connections, usage patterns, and very subjective levels of paranoia. In other words, you really need to read through all those confusing posts and find the one(s) most applicable to your particular requirements. There is no 'easy' solution (for most of us).
     
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    Thanks guys I'm going to take a look at them web pages.
     
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