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Hi guys,

I wanted to ask how to get The server IP
and the password & username

one of my friends gives me the IP & username & password
i connect with kerio. and then i change the ip.
the ip was so fast. It was really helpful for me.

The question is: how can i get those ips & username & password to connect with kerio and change my ip with it.

Best regards.
Lisa Lyons (Kerio)

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I'm not really sure I understand what you're trying to do here.

When you install the Kerio VPN Client on your PC (or Mac or Linux), a new network interface is created.

When you then use the VPN Client to connect to a Kerio Control server, you are passed an IP Address from the range reserved by the Control server that is then assigned to your VPN interface, while the connection is up.

The Control server needs to have a list of users and passwords pre-defined, so the username you use should be defined by the administrator of the Control server; and in some cases if you are connecting to a corporate Control server, this will be an Active or Open Directory username and password.

Finally, the external IP of the Control server is the IP you would use to connect the Kerio VPN Client to.

The Kerio VPN Client will NOT connect to a non-Kerio Control firewall.

Does this help answer your questions?

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