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I have an 30 user license so i presume i can have 150 ipadresses behind kerio.

But i have an /24 range from ripe and only have 100 ipadresses in use by machines.
but when an port scan or something else comes

kerio says license exhausted? help? why does kerio counts unused ip's when someone try to connect? and the ip doesn't answer

Alex,
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@Kerio,
Guys can you answer this? I want to know also.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
www.ictandme.nl
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Ok i bought extra licenses for this issue ;(
but this is really a bug in kerio when you use out ranged ipadresses with mine monitoring system and speaks to the /23 where i have only a few ipadresses in use
everything went fine kerio doesn't take alle the licenses exhausted but on mine production environment where i have an /24 with also only 100 ip's used
kerio will claim all the licenses when my monitoring server scans the network for new servers.

What the hell? i think an ipadres is an ipadres, but because this was affected to my production environment i bought extra licenses to cover the /24 which isn't need in mine imho! because just like i said in the sandbox environment kerio act like it should be!

Alex,
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@Kerio,

Guys, Alex is a customer of ICT and Me. I want to know what causing this.
When using privat IP range behind the firewall it works, but this are public IP ranges behind the firewall.
And it ain't working. I thought that every used IP was one, not a range.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
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www.ictandme.nl
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