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kaptain1

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Hi all!

I've installed KWF demo on our fileserver to test it out, and it seems to be working fine, one problem however:

If i try to access shared folders on file server by its LAN IP: //192.168.1.150 , KWF is blocking it (because it's installed on it)
"Connection to server 192.168.1.150 failed (Connection actively refused by the server.)"

I can still access it from LAN by typing in server name: //servername , but this doesn't work if i try to access it through VPN access.

Any ideas?
Please help.

Thanks in advance!

[Updated on: Sun, 29 June 2008 12:08]

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kaptain1

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An Update:

I actually can access the server by typing in //192.168.1.150 from a VPN client side. However, it's acting 'very strange' (on both computers that i have at home) - when i'm connected with a VPN client, and trying to type in the address into the address bar - it erases just when i start typing it, so i have to retype it few times pretty fast before 'it' erases the address again. It's like there's a bug that doesn't want you to type in the address and keeps erasing it, i know it sounds weird, but that's what happens!

I've got around this issue by simply creating a shortcut to //192.168.1.150 on my desktop, but this isn't something that VPN client should be experiencing when connecting to server. And it seems that it's a Kerio VPN Client issue, i haven't experienced this strange behavior with other VPN clients.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

[Updated on: Sun, 29 June 2008 21:25]

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kaptain1 wrote on Sun, 29 June 2008 21:25

An Update:

I actually can access the server by typing in //192.168.1.150 from a VPN client side. However, it's acting 'very strange' (on both computers that i have at home) - when i'm connected with a VPN client, and trying to type in the address into the address bar - it erases just when i start typing it, so i have to retype it few times pretty fast before 'it' erases the address again. It's like there's a bug that doesn't want you to type in the address and keeps erasing it, i know it sounds weird, but that's what happens!

I've got around this issue by simply creating a shortcut to //192.168.1.150 on my desktop, but this isn't something that VPN client should be experiencing when connecting to server. And it seems that it's a Kerio VPN Client issue, i haven't experienced this strange behavior with other VPN clients.

Any ideas?

Thanks.


I have noticed this behaviour on multiple machines with and without any VPN sollution, so it seems to be a Windows issue.
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RHarmsen.nl wrote on Mon, 30 June 2008 13:32


I have noticed this behaviour on multiple machines with and without any VPN sollution, so it seems to be a Windows issue.



I disagree, i've never noticed this behavior before - for the past 3 yrs of fixing computers. I only start noticing once i start using KWF demo (and only when VPN is connected).
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