I installed the latest kerio version yesterday on an older pc (linux iso version).
2.4gh 512mb ram.
one realtek nic built in
one 3 com nic (pci).
I installed it behind another router and forwarded everything, no problem so far.
after a few minutes i loose my internet, then ok, then after a few minutes same problem.
It looks like I loose the connection with the kerio firewall (unable to ping)for several seconds.
When i am in the remote admin console and i click on some items i also loose my connection for a while.
(someone with the same problem ?? )
How can i see wich connections are bein blocked, in order to put the neccessary ports open so that everything that needs to works does work ??
At the end of the default rules there was block everything else, i clicked to monitor those messages but that gives me not a decent view of the connections (from lan to wan) that are being blocked by the firewall.
When i click on connections i see only green (allowed) and most of the time i loose my connection when i click on it.
thanks in advance
[Updated on: Tue, 19 October 2010 18:45]
I installed the Kerio Control 8.1.1 Patch 3 (linux iso version).
kerio is configured and works
After a few minutes i loose the connection with the kerio firewall (unable to ping)for several seconds.
someone with the same problem ?
[Updated on: Sun, 13 October 2013 16:51]
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