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lightyear26

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After some advice about basic internet connectivity please. I have Kerio Control 7.3.0 functioning with a DrayTek Vigor 120 modem (which is a pure bridged PPPoA to PPPoE modem) connected to the WAN Ethernet adapter of Kerio. I then use a Windows PPPOe connection to dial the ISP and connect. Subsequently, i have the WAN ethernet adapter (IP 192.168.200.2) in the Internet Interfaces section, and the PPPOe connection (Public IP address) in the 'other interfaces' section. This setup works and i can share the internet OK, however, it relies on Windows making and maintaining the connection (which occasionally drops and i have to use a Windows scheduled task and batch file to reinstate).

I would like Kerio to handle either the dial up of the PPPoE connection to keep it connected in the event it drops out, or set another modem (a Linksys AM200 in half bridge mode, no NAT, Router mode) to use its own on-board authentication to the ISP PPPoa (UK), and pass the public IP across to the onboard adapter. (This i got passing the Public IP to the onboard adapter and although the modem said it was connected to the internet, nothing in Kerio!).
I can't seem to work out a way of connecting other than my original setup and i'm tieing myself up in knots.
Any help appreciated about what others are doing.
Thanks
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