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When you disable an interface in Kerio Control, it only seems to remove the IP addresses from the interface, but it does not shut (ifconfig <int> down) the interface.

This may cause confusion when you're looking for disabled ports on a switch. Also, it seems to confuse software (IPSec) that is actively using the 'disabled' interface.

So please, when an interface is disabled, actually disable it.

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