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MoonChild

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I have local Ubuntu-gate and install Kerio-VPN-Client on it. I need to connect to remote Kerio-Gate and access to LAN behind it.
I allow Ubuntu routing and I've got access to remote LAN from Ubuntu console.
But I have not access to remote LAN from my local PC through Ubuntu-gate.
Ubuntu have routing table, installed by Kerio-VPN-Client, i think it is right.
What I need to do?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio VPN client is supposed to allow access only from the computer it run's on. It should not be used on routers as it brings a lot of routing problems.
There are two possible solutions to your problem

1. dial Kerio VPN client also from your PC in LAN
2. enable NAT on traffic to VPN interface on your Ubuntu-gate

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MoonChild

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Petr, I do not understand why I need to use NAT. NAT is necessary for internet access. And i make special rule (masquerade) in iptables and got access to internet.
As far as i understand, for access remote LAN from my local LAN i just need a correct routing rules on my Ubuntu gate. And Kerio-VPN-Client made this rules. But tracert shows me that packets stops on Ubuntu-gate(
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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And does your Kerio-gate know the route back to LAN ?

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ICT and Me

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Why you use any way Kerio VPN Client instead creating a VPN on IPSec base with Control from your Ubuntu?
As far I know Ubuntu is able to make IPsec VPN.

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