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informator

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Hi,
I have a problem with my Kerio Control 7.4.1 linux appliance. It's installed as one of the hosts on vSphere machine. In my network there's a webserver where i'm trying to get to.

There's a mapping configured: traffic to internet interface IP port 80 -> MAP to server IP:80
Not that it's relevant, but there's a source NAT from servers IP to internet configured.

Mapping works correctly, traffic goes to server, server responds correctly, and I can see that it goes back inside my vsphere server with Kerio (sniffer output - mirror port on switch). But inside Kerio i cannot find any traces of that return traffic :/

I've configured permit rule for server IP and registering that traffic - no RETURN traffic in Filter section, connection, security...

I've disabled traffic inspection in Traffic Rules section for this traffic just to be sure (it generates bugs sometimes).
There's no http cache - seems that it's everyones first guess on this forum:P

Where are my packets!?Razz
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rjokl

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try debug log - right click - messages - packets dropped for some reason
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informator

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EDIT: problem solved - our mistake, wrong default gw on linux

[Updated on: Thu, 07 March 2013 09:23]

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gavind

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I was about to say that this could be an issue with a host hogging up all the resources, common on vSphere if unattended. But nice to see this working for you.
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