I installed WRF a week ago in our server, this is a Windows 2008 server starndard sp2 x64. The idea basically is to have an alternative to ICS for our connection to a VPN network.
The configuration is as follows,
192.168.2.1 - This is the router (internet)
192.168.2.2 - (Ethernet1) Server Network Bridge, it contains the actual network card and a microsoft virtual interface that is used by Hyper-V to provide network connectivity to a virtual server (192.168.2.3). 2.2 is also the DNS server. It's default gateway is 2.1 and its subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 as expected.
VPN connection (disconnected at this point)
Kerio Virtual Adapter that installed with the product. Has all defaults, DHCP, Auto.
DHCP - Automatic (Ethernet2)
Secondary Ethernet Adapter used as gateway to provide network connectivity, VPN access and local network services and shares to the workstations connected.
I have followed the rules wizard once and again specifying that I have a persistent link to internet and specifying the Bridge as the Internet Adapter (as it actually is).
As soon as I stop the service and include the Ethernet2 adapter in the network bridge with the Ethernet1 and the Virtual MS Hyper-V adapter all computers have access. As soon as I start Kerio service all traffic stops, whether I keep the Ethernet2 connected to the bridge or not.
What I want to do is to be able to start Kerio WRF and be able to navigate, then from there I want to share the VPN with both the network bridge and the Ethernet2 adapter to give VPN access to all network while still being able to share folders in the network.
I am not an expert in TCP/IP and I am going nuts with this problem, I want to keep the product because I think it can be used for far more than just sharing the VPN (if we get to that point), but I am going nuts as I have tried everything I have thought of and nothing works. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance.
disable ESET web access protection if you have ESET installed.. otherwise disable webaccess protection in any other a/v or software..
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