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Bondan

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Dear All

Could you please teach me how to configure Kerio Control, for Site to site VPN Tunnel to other device (Cisco)

I don't know what is better using VPN or IPSec

I will be appreciate, if you can help me with this problem

Thank you very much
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giampos

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I think you can't do this.
Kerio Control manage only it's own proprietary Vpn protocol but this can't communicate with other devices.
You can use Ipsec but Kcontrol can only make a pass-through config, and you need another Ipsec device behind.

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ICT and Me

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The request to support IPsec VPN with Control is made.
Kerio is looking in this request but has same other higher priority issues/requests.
One know problem with IPsec will be that it isn't always compatibel.
example: There are some issues between Cisco/Juniper Netscreen and Watchguard.
Tunnels closing down without any reason.
Kerio don't want this kind of problems. So they will research this to a good solution.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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Bilgitim

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site to site VPN is working between only Kerio VPN and Kerio VPN
does not working with other VPN devices.

we will wait for site to site VPN between Kerio and with other VPN devices.
This is very necessary for us
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McIrish

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Wow! I was planning on switching over to Kerio Control for our main firewall but the lack of any way to connect to a different firewall via IPSec or any other protocol is a complete deal breaker. I'm so glad I read this before I made the purchase. It could have been an extremely costly mistake on my part. We have a main office and 4 remote offices. they all have Watchguard firewalls. I was hoping to change our main out to Kerio, because I hate the complexity of Watchguard products and their support is horrible. Oh well, I guess that won't be happening this year.
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fishtech

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Hi,

Sorry to bring up an old thread... just checking whether site-to-site vpn is yet possible between Kerio Control and 3rd party routers?

Thanks,

ft.

[Updated on: Tue, 27 November 2012 17:05]

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ICT and Me

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The developers are looking into it. That is what I know so far.
So we have to wait.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
www.ictandme.nl
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