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Concerning VPN deploying...
I make Kerio VPN (tunnel & client-server) to work, but only between hosts. LAN behind the firewall is not visible at all. So I have read this forum - that is not only my trouble Smile
So the manual about windows VPN (PPTP) said I have to permit in my firewall the "IP-address of source/destination network for DMZ interface of VPN server and the IP-protocol identifier set to 47 (0x2F)"

As I understand the traffic rules allow to set permissions for TCP, UDP, ICMP and "other" protocols only.

Does anybody know how to filter IP packets by heading? Or tell what is "other" protocol means? And if I set "other" protocol number equal to O, assuming IP - how to filter the heading?

[Updated on: Mon, 28 June 2004 09:06]

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