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Nogooder

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Hello! My provider broadcast IPTV through LAN. I add new rule for it in Kerio, but some channels don't work. In log i see message like "DROP malformed UDP packet from Solo, proto:UDP, len:1344". How i can allow this packets?
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Goran

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Hmm yeah i have strange thing like that to, but on end i come to conclusion that provider actually drop connection not kerio.
Also i can be wrong about.
Unfortunetlly i don't have log any more to compare...
For example I get this in routing Teamspeak server.
For everyone work good, except one guy, he try to connect and it says similar error as you got. (like packet dropped)
But on end i was on his pc, and he cant connect on any TeamSpeak server in my Country (he getting message time out)

That can be maybe caused by bad connection or similar.

Maybe Kerio support know more about that problem.

Question cannot be stupid, but some of the answers can.
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Nogooder

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thanks, but without Kerio iptv works fine
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ICT and Me

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@Nogooder,

create two rules. One Inbound from your provider to your IPTV (forwarding) and one from IPTV to provider.
Allow any traffic and disable inspector.

@Goran,
You can try this also.

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

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where i can disable traffic i1nspector? version 7.2.1
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