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Hello
subnetmask to OVH NET Datacenter Server is just as 255.255.255.255, but of kerio linux version 8 I can not enter it, and each sub-net to another subnetmask deal to a network problem.
Please enter the solution to 255.255.255.255 give subnetmask.
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1. If you try to enter 255.255.255.254 as a workaround, do you have some issue? I mean is there something really broken?

2. if yes, you have to edit configuration file to enter 255.255.255.255 - please contact technical support for further instructions

3. we will remove this GUI limitation in next version
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When we arrived I was 255,255,255,254 as the problem, but we can not even enter 254 as well.
Where should I contact to give support please email
Why kerio support of this forum can not be a solution.
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silars

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What are you trying to do? That mask is almost exclusively used for host routes, which Kerio Connect supports.

Are you trying to assign that mask to a network interface? Have you tried 255.255.255.252?

Assigning that to a network interface is questionable and generally considered insecure (reliance on Proxy ARP for routing). You can also run into ARP tables issues, since you must ARP for all destinations.
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http://forums.kerio.com/m/96800/?srch=OVH#msg_96800

Here's a link to a previous post concerning OVH. The .252 mask appears to have solved their problems.

I knew someone asked about this problem before.
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