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James Bobby

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I'm trying out the IPsec server alongside with the Kerio VPN.

For some reason, it appears that IPsec clients cannot talk to Kerio VPN, tunnels or clients.

Has anyone experienced similar behavior?

For example;

Kerio Client can ping: Firewall, LAN, Internet, Static Kerio tunnels, other Kerio clients
Kerio Client cannot ping: IPsec client

IPsec client can ping: Firewall, LAN, Internet (haven't tried with multiple IPsec)
IPsec cannot ping: Kerio clients, Static Kerio tunnels


There are no special rules involved, and all use the same set of rules, eg when Kerio pings internet, it uses the same rule as the IPsec client and so on, so shouldn't be a configuration error.

Almost gets me the feeling that Kerio itself cannot route traffic between IPsec and it's own VPN protocol?
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BFL

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Yes, same problem. Also i see that IPSec client has IP of gateway, but i don't need to give client an option to use internet connection of gateway. Strange behavior...

P.S.: I think that this topic should be situated in beta-section... Otherwise we'll have no answers here;)

[Updated on: Fri, 11 January 2013 12:57]


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BFL

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Can i ask moderator to move this topic to beta section? This question is very important to me, and i want to know official Kerio answer, but...

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I have the same problem (Kerio Control 8.3)
Routing between IPSEC-tunnel and KerioVPN-tunnel not working!
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