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Hi there. I am in Trial with Kerio Control in order to install it at my company.

My Scennario is this:

Headquarters Office (thessaloniki):

LAN 1: - 4 Internet ADSL Connections different providers
+1 VPN Line (For Voip Telephony)

Branch Office (Athens):
Lan 2: - 1 Internet Connection
+1 VPN Line (For Voip Telephony)

Branch Office (fragment of Sales Thessaloniki)

Lan 3: (2 Internet ADSL Connections)
+1 VPN Line (For Voip Telephony)

4-5 Workers connecting Remotely to Vpn Server located to LAN 1

I connected the LAN 1 with LAN 3 using Vpn Tunnel. Through the VPN Tunnel file sharing, DNS Zone Transfers, Wins Replication and the other stuff are working great.

I need to know if the VPN Clients who are connecting to LAN 1 Kerio Control Server can have access to a server located at the LAN 3.

When i connect from a remote location and trying to ping the server located at LAN 3, the name resolution is performed (through the Wins - DNS Servers running at LAN 1, LAN3 but the ping is giving me request time out.

Any Suggestions?

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