Bank-client programs setup

We will illustrate the setup of a bank-client type program with the Web Money example.

It is possible to set up WMKeeper by NAT or by Port Mapping. The simplest setup method by NAT.

Select NAT in the UserGate setup menu. Pressing the Add button on the Control panel or selecting Add New in the pop-up window, launch the window of a new NAT rule setup. Specify the IP of the receiver (local interface) and the IP of the sender (external interface), port 2802 TCP. Apply the rule to a user or a group of users ('Users' in UserGate setup menu - Edit - Select rules for this user field) ( illustration).

The second method is little more complicated. WMKeeper connects to the wmsc.webmoney.ru using the TCP port 2802. It is possible to make WMKeeper work by establishing connection to UserGate Proxy Server and forwarding requests to the appropriate port of wmsc.webmoney.ru website. Create a new port mapping by going to Network rules - Port mapping - Add. In port destination parameters specify wmsc.webmoney.ru as destination address and 2802 as source and destination ports ( illustration).

With this setup method, it is necessary to add the string: wmsc.webmoney.ru

to the hosts file, located in the Windows\System32\drivers\etc directory. is the internal network interface of the computer with UserGate.

This way, when starting WMKeeper, it will connect to the computer with UserGate server, as it was home website. UserGate server, in its turn, will be forwarding client requests to the specified website (port).

Assign mapped traffic to field allows us to assign the traffic going through a specified port mapping either to the currently authorized user working via this port mapping or to a specified user.

Setup of any other bank-client type program is similar.