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roadrun777

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I have been having issues with Cisco VPN and KWF 5.1.10 .
The VPN client keeps getting dropped at random intervals. I can ping the VPN server just fine. Tracert is good and under 100ms to the VPN server. When I go to reconnect, the client eventually times out saying that no connection could be established (remote peer no longer responding, while still being able to ping it).

I read the idea about disabling IPSec passthrough and just adding a service definition with IP protocol 50. I have done this and will post a follow up to see if this was the problem.

Just to clarify some, if when the problem has occured (VPN connection dropped) I stop and restart the Kerio service, the VPN client can reconnect as usual and all is speedy again.
Firewall settings are in place for the server (2 nics, one internet, one private lan) and private lan is set to allow any access. IPSec Passthrough was enabled with default timeout, I tried changing the timeout to 0, which only made it worse.


Any ideas?
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