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reny75

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hello,
I am trying to configure a VPN tunnel with 2 KWF.
All is ok and all works fine but I have two questions
about this vpn with Kerio and before buy second license
I would know your opinion.

1) Is it possible to understand what type of traffic and
what user is making traffic in the vpn?
I see only traffic value (kbyte) on the firewall but I can't see who is the user and waht type of traffic is doing?
I say this because I need create a vpn for VOIP and other services and if I want limit all service except VOIP how can I do?

2) Is it possible priorizate with KWF specific traffic as VOIP?

thank you
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giampos

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reny75 wrote on Tue, 13 November 2007 10:15
hello,
I am trying to configure a VPN tunnel with 2 KWF.
All is ok and all works fine but I have two questions
about this vpn with Kerio and before buy second license
I would know your opinion.

1) Is it possible to understand what type of traffic and
what user is making traffic in the vpn?
I see only traffic value (kbyte) on the firewall but I can't see who is the user and waht type of traffic is doing?
I say this because I need create a vpn for VOIP and other services and if I want limit all service except VOIP how can I do?

2) Is it possible priorizate with KWF specific traffic as VOIP?

thank you


I quote this old message, it will be very useful to know traffic details (users,hosts,protocols,current rx/tx) into vpn tunnel, and the ability to prioritize some connections too.
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