Hello. I have a strange problem with Kerio Control.
- I have 2 networks on 2 different location connected together via 2 cisco routers and vpn tunnel.
- All computers are part of domain, and Kerio is connected to domain.
- On one side I have 10.10.0.xxx with subnet mask 255.255.0.0
- On this side where I am installing Kerio I have 10.81.0.xxx with subnet mask 255.255.0.0
- Witout Kerio installed everythin works fine (ping, network shares, etc.).
So I installed Kerio, and have 2 interfaces.
Mask: 255.255.0.0 (same sh*t happens if I put 255.0.0.0 here)
Gateway (My Cisco router): 10.81.0.1
DNS1 (My Domain controler and DHCP server, running Win Server 2003): 10.81.0.2
DNS2 (WINS Server): 10.10.0.50
Here is the problem:
Example configuration of IP address in local network where kerio is installed:
Gateway (Kerio): 10.81.0.4
I set up traffic polices, etc. (everything like it should be)
On this side 10.81.0.xxx, everything works fine, but when I try to access network shares from 10.10.0.xxx it wont work. I can ping all hosts in 10.81.0.xxx form 10.10.0.xxx but can't see any local shares.
If I change subnet mask on 10.81.0.xxx from 255.255.0.0 to 255.0.0.0 then I can access all shares. But I must be in 255.255.0.0. subnet on 10.81.0.xxx.
Don't forget that all of that works fine without kerio installed.
Thanks in advance for help!
[Updated on: Mon, 10 October 2011 10:47]
don't put your internet interface and LAN on the same sub-domain,
put cisco router and internet interface on a different one, like 10.80.0.0
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