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ArmuzMazda

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Ok, i have this situation.
I have two servers, one at headquarters and the other in Branch Office, Kerio VPN is functioning normally between the two, I want to access a Remote Desktop on a computer by accessing the branch of the Headquarters server, go through vpn and get on the computer in the branch office.
How do the port settings on each server?

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mlee (Kerio)

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What exactly do you mean port setting?

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ArmuzMazda

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i need to redirect the port 3388 from HQ to my Branch office.

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KCAP

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Hi,

I have the same setup,
i access the headquarters with kerio vpn client (from my laptop) then i can just make a remote desktop connection to a branch office with using the 'internal' name of the workstation i want to use (for example workstation004.kcap.local )

If you do not want/can use kerio vpn-client i think you just make a firewall rule
From internet (port 3388) to firewall > nat to "192.168.1.... (workstation ip number or dns-name)

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ArmuzMazda

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yes, from vpn client works, but from RDP connnection not work Crying or Very Sad
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KCAP wrote on Wed, 14 May 2014 15:55

From internet (port 3388) to firewall > nat to "192.168.1.... (workstation ip number or dns-name)


Better use MAP, not NAT.
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