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dwar08

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I support Winroute Firewalls currently at three locations. All are different business's and I do not want to create a permanant tunnel between them. In fact, for security reasons I cannot do that. But I would like to use the standard PC based VPN Client to connect to any one of them from any location, especially since one of them is my own office. I can connect to all of them through a seperate dial-up using the VPN or I can also connect to all of them from a location that does not have a Winroute Firewall installed. Is there a rule I'm missing that would allow me to do this. It usually comes back with an error that says "Error (165): The VPN server is not responding" I can turn right around and use a dial-up connection through an ISP and connect to the location using the VPN client with the same machine. It appears to have something to do with the fact that I am going outbound from a machine that is running through a winroute Firewall.
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For future reference.... After putting network analyzers on my line, I was able to figure out my issue. I enabled the Kerio VPN service in the "NAT" Traffic policy and it cleared my problem....
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