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Hello everyone.

Since i've changed from ISA 2006 to Kerio 6.6 i've been having this problem.

There is this website my clients connects, logs into, and open a tcp connection to one of my servers ( on my inside network ). The problem is that the connections are stabilished but not closed after a period of time or after the clients logs out, it is still there, as you can see in the pics.

The maximum time a connection stays up is 2412 seconds, anyhow i can set this lower ??

On this pic you can see the logs about the conection time and infos
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On this one, you can see how many connections there are, even the "dead" ones are still alive ...
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Thaks !

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Just in case anyone is wondering if this is possible, if you open the masterchief configuration file of KERIO WINROUTE FIREWALL, you will find a TCP CONNECTIONS TIME LIMITE set for 40 minuts.

You can chance that for any ammount of time ( in minuts ) you want.

It is a good idea to chance this for a lower time, even if you dont need it, its a security measure.

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