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moro666

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UPDATED...

Kerio works fine on Windows XP - SP3
Just when I inable UPnP feature present in Kerio, it become unstable....

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[Problem with UPnP featured in Kerio 6.5]

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hi..

I installed winroute 6.5 final. on Windows XP service pack 3
I install it over Kerio 6.4.2

it works fine for 15 minuts , but hanged & all traffic (Wan/Lan) desconnected,,

then I stop/restart Kerio service, & it worked again for little time, then Hanged..

Kerio 6.4.2 works great on XP-SP3 !

what is wrong with my system ?

do I have to go back to SP2 ??

does my configrations & added users from Kerio 6.4.2 have somthing that doesn't compatable with 6.5 ?

-- By the way-- I faced this problem sence Kerio 6.5 Bita 1 & 2 & RC 1,, I hoped to overide this on final release, But not Sad

Please, Help.. I realy Need (Load Balancing) feature.

[Updated on: Mon, 29 September 2008 22:57]


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giampos

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I have the same problem with Windows 2003 server
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comcont

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I have installed 6.5 on our Windows XP (SP2)Dell PE750 and the only thing I have noticed so far is that I have lost my RDP connection ability to the firewall. We are in a Windows 2003 network and I can RDP to my other Windows servers. I have compared the winroute.cfg file from the back prior to the upgrade and cannot find anything obscure between the two. When I turn off the WinRoute Firewall Engine I am able to RDP. I've contacted support but have not heard back yet. I've thought about applying SP3 but am hesitant. I'm also wondering if I do a system restore if that will bring me back to the previous version without causing additional problems. Looking for any suggestions.
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Seems to work fine on some Windows 2003 machines.

Only thing you can do is wait for Kerio Support to respond, as they need to fix the problem.
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Problem resolved - Moved the Local Traffic rule to the top of the list and RDP via our LAN was successful. A rule with NAT configured was listed before our Local Traffic rule.
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comcont wrote on Fri, 19 September 2008 19:22

Problem resolved - Moved the Local Traffic rule to the top of the list and RDP via our LAN was successful. A rule with NAT configured was listed before our Local Traffic rule.


Your Problem doesn't related to this topic..

The problem Here is related to UPnP feature present in Kerio 6.5
when I inable it , Kerio become unstable..
when I disable it , Kerio works fine..

Any one want to test this, Please check if UPnP feature is inabled in Kerio 6.5

If not, try to inable it & wait for hour or two...

If you find it inabled, & you never face any stability problems,
Please tell us ..

THANKS..

Mohammad Habeeb
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Netsurfer

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What about web browsing from clients?
Is it ok on XP?
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moro666

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Netsurfer wrote on Mon, 06 October 2008 20:54

What about web browsing from clients?
Is it ok on XP?


Yes, it's ok
no problem for web browsing with Kerio 6.5

it maybe got improved.
Smile

Mohammad Habeeb
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Netsurfer

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Thanks Smile
I have asked you about that because of this problem : )
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