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We moving our servers to a virtual datacenter. Kerio Control will be run at both sites with a tunnel. This works fine and the different machines and subnets can reach each other without any problems.

When a VPN client connects to a Kerio Control at either the office or the vDC however, it is unable to reach the network "across" the tunnel. I'm unable to see exactly where the connection is being dropped in the logs so I was hoping any of you might have an idea or be able to tell me exactly where to start my troubleshooting.

(1)laptop with kerio VPN client <=> (2)office kerio <=> (3)keriotunnel <=> (4)vDC kerio

Firewall rules allow for VPN clients to talk freely with VPN tunnels

Thanks in advance!

[Updated on: Wed, 25 September 2013 16:19]


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Check the routing table on the client. It needs to show that the vDC and other elements of the network are accessible via the VPN.

You may need to do one of two things:

1. Check "VPN Clients access the Internet through the VPN".
2. Define custom routes.
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