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IpSec Vpn Problems,Help!

Kerio Version: 8.2.2

Topology: <VPN client(windows xp sp3)> --- dirctoy connected --- kerio control server

I configured my kerio control as a Ipsec VPN server use a pre-shared key,
the traffic policy was set to allow the Ipsec(ESP),IKE(UDP port 500) and IPSec-NAT(UDP port 4500),
after that,
I take a PC (windows xp sp3) and a android phone(version ics 4) as a Ipsec vpn client(l2tp/ipsec psk) to dial into the kerio,
but it could not connect.

I tried to add a rule which allow the L2tp(UDP port 1701) into the traffic policy,
the pc and the android phone could dialed in even without pre-shared key,
and the vpn interface detail shows the tunnel was not be encrypted.

What can I do to make the Ipsec vpn work well?

best regards.

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[Updated on: Mon, 17 February 2014 12:29]

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands

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Thanks for reply!
In the begining, I configured my kerio step by step according to the KB.
I have read the KB several times carefully,
but could not find the reason.
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