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plmorpheus

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Hi all,

I'm trying to set a VPN subnet in my network. I'm trying to do that with KC and Netgear GS748T. I've set VLAN ID and other settings in switch and in kerio I set (by the instruction) the following:

- in proper interface configuration (which has already its own scope 192.168.0.0) I've set VLAN ID to 5 and I've assign to it a new IP address (for example 192.168.5.1). In DHCP settings I set a new scope with template. When I'm trying to connect a computer to switch, no DHCP settings are assigned. In Kerio Error log I see "DHCP error: Unable to allocate address, scope 192.168.0.0 is exhausted." I don't know why KC do not assign IP address from VLAN scope and still trying to assign address from physical interface Sad

Please help.
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ICT and Me

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Are you creating a VPN or VLAN Setup?
If you are creating a VLAN then you must arrange the traffic rule Firewall <> VLAN, allow, DHCP. For example. And be sure subnetmask is a C-Class /24.

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plmorpheus

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Oh sorry - naming mismatch Smile VLAN of course. I've already found problem which was in my management switch. I forgot enable tagging Smile

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