- ICT and Me
I can change to other port insteed 80/443, but they don't work.
Of course I reboot.
Using Workspace starter on VMware.
ICT and Me
- Ernesto (Kerio)
I think packet filtering in the Workspace server at the Linux OS level is blocking the connections when you change the default ports.
You will need to connect to Kerio Workspace in terminal mode and change the iptables configuration (/var/etc/iptables.conf).
This KB article will help you on how to switch to terminal mode using the ALT+F2 sequence or by enabling SSH and connecting from another computer.
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- Jaromir Obr (Kerio)
Hi ICT and Me, as KerioEF said, the traffic to custom ports is really blocked by firewall.
Please use this procedure to get it working:
1) login to the virtual appliance as a root user
2) run 'ufw delete allow kerio-workspace
3) edit file '/etc/ufw/applications.d/kerio-workspace.ufw' and replace line
ports=<new http port>|<new https port>|<new admin port>
4) run 'ufw allow kerio-workspace'
5) run 'ufw reload'
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