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n00bie

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Has anyone manage to connect the IPSEC to a Cisco 800 or a Pix?
I notice you don't have any option for phase1 and 2 cipher when creating a Tunnel.
Also under VPN server property phase 1 and 2 are grayed out.

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ajamali

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I test KControl IPSEC VPN Tunnel with Cisco 877, 1941, 3921

and working fine
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Vicky

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Hi N00bie,

Not sure if you are familiar with our KB site but there is a KB article we have about configuring IPSec tunnels:

http://kb.kerio.com/1288

Have a look at this article and see if this helps at all.

All the best,
Vicky
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n00bie

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I've seen that article but still can't get my head around it.
it says it can work with other cipher but i can't seem to find a way to change it.
what I'm trying to work out is, if we were given a specific cipher and passphrase to use, how can we enter this in on Kerio?
cause when you create a new IPSec it just asks you for a passphrase.
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