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Hi, wonder if anyone else has come across this.

I'm running Kerio Winroute Firewall v5.1.10 under windows 2000 advanced server latest SP's etc. Dual NIC, ones an older Netflex-3 and the other is an on board type using a VIA chipset. 1Gb RAM & AMD processor running at 1.8GHz.

The problem I have is; trying to run 4mbs to 4.5mbs through Kerio for longer than 10 mins causes the internal LAN NIC to fail and the server disappears off the network. Windows logs no errors and the NIC appears to be "happy". Internet access on the server PC is ok whist in this error condition. I have tried different NIC's on both sides of the firewall and the same result.

Has anyone else come across this? Did you find a solution? What was it?

Thanks for your help,


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I'm having the same symptoms. My nic for the network and or DSL are not working. No error log or error message. Server is running. If you try to restart the KWF service, the service is always in stopping state. I have to reboot than.

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