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kirk

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I am trying to remote desktop to a specific ip address on another network over the internet but the connection hangs and then reports that the computer cannot connect to the remote computer.

I have checked the rules and allowed icmp, rdp and port 3389.
The destination network can see my attempts to connect and replies to the request but times out.

The log files state that the response from the remote network is creating a port scan alert and also a packet spoofing security alert.
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lansclu

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It should work, there is no such issue with Remote desktop.

Thanks.
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winkelman

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I use Remote Desktop sessions through KWF that stay open for 8 hours or more a lot. No problems whatsoever here. So your problem does not seem to be with KWF.
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kirk

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I have cheked all configurations and have even created rules within the firewall to allow access to the specific ip address.
I have been in contact with the other party while trying to connect and they can see my accessing their server and can see a response being sent, I can then see the response coming back to server where it is then blocked as being a port scan from the external firewall
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denchikd

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are you RDP'ing direct to the Kerio PC? if not you need to perform port forwarding.

your rule should be something like this

source: any or your ip where youre coming from
destination: firewall
service: rdp
action: enabled
translation (destination NAT): the internal ip of the box you want to RDP to.

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