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serafino

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I got my Lan with 3 switches procurve 5304xl, with 1 vlan. One of my switch is the main 192.168.10.1 (Gateway). This switch has 2 static route and those statc routes go to 2 different servers with KERIO firewall. Those 2 servers have their lan interface connected to the switch, and the other to internet the first and a remote lan the other.

Up to here everything is working nicely.

Today I created 3 more vlan's on my switches to make my Lan bigger(more Host's) everythig is working except server's with Kerio installed. I'm not able to ping them and of course all my host's on the new vlan's are not able to go to internet or remote Lan. The old one is still working.

Do I have to set anything on kerio? Any suggestion will be appreciated.

thanks Serafino
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orang

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I also have a problem with multiple vlan's , i make 6 VLAN's but the problem when the users want use internet... I think KWF can't work with multiple vlan's Sad

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