Support for IPv6 protocol
- IPv6 prefix delegation,
- Configuring IPv6 parameters on network interfaces,
- Routing between individual interfaces and IPv6 routing table,
- Kerio Web Filter,
- Antivirus on HTTPHypertext Transfer Protocol - protocol for exchange of hypertext documents in HTML. connections,
- Content filter on HTTP connections,
- Stateless address auto-configuration of hosts and devices in the LAN (SLAAC),
- Basic firewall with configuration options (IPv6 filtering),
- Bandwidth management (without the option to define custom rules and bandwidth reservation),
- Overview of active connections,
- Volumes of data transferred on individual network interfaces,
- Monitoring IP traffic in the Debug log,
- Monitoring IP traffic in Kerio Control statistics,
- IP addressAn identifier assigned to devices connected to a TCP/IP network. groups,
- Traffic Rules,
- Intrusion and prevention system (IPS),
- IP tools,
- MAC filter,
- Overview of an active hostAll hosts and users in the Kerio Control network using Kerio Control for communication with the Internet. activities (only the port-based activities are recognized, such as Remote access, Instant messaging, Mail, Web pages, Streams),
- Configuration backup to Samepage.io or an FTPFile Transfer Protocol - Protocol for transferring computer files from a server. server,
- Reverse proxy,
- Kerio Control applies host connection limits to IPv6Version 6 of the Internet Protocol..
Kerio Control can therefore be used as an IPv6 router and allows access from hosts in the local network to the Internet via IPv6.
Kerio Control supports allowing traffic by IPv6.
In newer operating systems, this protocol is enabled by default and the computer has an automatically generated IPv6 address. This can cause a security hazard.
For security reasons, any incoming native and tunneled IPv6 traffic is disabled by default.
Allowing IPv6 for particular computers or prefixes
To allow incoming traffic through IPv6 protocol from the particular prefix or computer:
- In the administration interface, go to Traffic Rules.
- Prepare rules for incoming and outgoing traffic. Read more in the For more information refer to Configuring traffic rules for IPv6 network.
- Click Apply.
Blocking IPv6 tunneling
- In the administration interface, go to Security Settings > IPv6.
- Select option Block tunneled IPv6 (6to4, 6in4, Teredo).
- (Optional) In the Definitions > IP Address Groups, add a new group of allowed hosts.
- Go back to Security Settings > IPv6.
- Check Except for the following IPv4Version 4 of the Internet Protocol. hosts and select the IP address group.
- Click Apply.