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1) first option
Hello, I need an help, to configure a Vpn tunnel between 2 KWF server. Each KWF machine have two wan connection and I would implement a fail over Vpn( both active server and passive server) Wich the best configuration for u?

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I have a classic KWF vpn between 2 KWF machines (active and passive) and another hardware Vpn (router based) how can I configure the KWF machines to switch traffic to hardware Vpn when one of two KWF nodes fail?


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so? Any suggestion ??
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so...no suggestion from the forum.....and the Kerio support did respond me that at the moment this fasuture is not implemented.
But I've found a solution/workaround that i wanna share.
I have registered KWF machine passive node to DYNDNS , setting up hostname.dyndns.biz,user and pwd to advanced tab.
So Kwf send active firewal public ip to hostname.dyddns.biz, when the connection change - line down etc. etc. Kwf send the ip of the new active interface to hostname.dyndns.biz. Both in fail-over config and load-balance config.
so...to the active nodes (usually branch offices) i have only to specify hostname.dyndns in the remote endpoint hostname, it will ever be pointed over a valid and active Ip.

Now my question is.....wich is the best and reliable service in internet ? Dyndns or others??
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