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sonofcolin

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I'm trying to use the admin console to connect to my remote KMS from a location which is firewalled.

I've setup a tunnel to KMS, but there isn't anywhere in the admin console connect window to change the port to the local tunnel port number.

This is how I setup the tunnel:
connect to IP of KMS. Service port 44337
Tunnel host: 127.0.0.1
Port: 9999
User: mysshusername
Port: 22

This setup works with other admin utilities. I need to tell kerio to connect on port 9999, but don't see how I can do this.

Any suggestions?
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This seems easy, set the local port to the same port that the KMS server listens on and point the Admin Console to localhost. I'm not sure which port KMS listens on for the Admin Console off-hand, but I believe you're saying 44337? Make that the local port, too.

HTH


sonofcolin wrote on Tue, 11 May 2004 19:13

I'm trying to use the admin console to connect to my remote KMS from a location which is firewalled.

I've setup a tunnel to KMS, but there isn't anywhere in the admin console connect window to change the port to the local tunnel port number.

This is how I setup the tunnel:
connect to IP of KMS. Service port 44337
Tunnel host: 127.0.0.1
Port: 9999
User: mysshusername
Port: 22

This setup works with other admin utilities. I need to tell kerio to connect on port 9999, but don't see how I can do this.

Any suggestions?


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sonofcolin

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Thanks for that. Using the KMS service port as the 'localhost' port did the trick (which is 44337), instead of a random port number over 1024.

Thanks
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