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Wout

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Hi all,

I've just installed and configured Kerio Control 7.4.2 and it works quite well.
The issue is that on the W2K3 server where Kerio is running there is also a RRAS running.

Connecting to the RRAS is no issue at all. But when connected, the the VPN client cannot ping, browse LAN workstations or reach the internet.

PPTP Rule is set in Traffic Rules.

[Updated on: Fri, 06 September 2013 07:48]

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fabiomtl

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Same thing here, did you solve the problem?
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Wout

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No, did not solve the issue in the meantime.
It's getting annoying that people can connect, but are not able to work.

Got an update though:

Very strange that no VPN users can ping internal workstations/servers.
BUT, from my workstation, and only mine, I can reach the VPN client via Ping, rdp and browsing their hard disk.

[Updated on: Mon, 09 September 2013 07:24]

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Wout

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Ok, found the mystery.

I forgot to add the static route in the Routing Table feature in Kerio Control Admin page.

Now it works perfectly!

This is what I have now:
./fa/3127/0/

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[Updated on: Mon, 16 September 2013 09:44]

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