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Daraleak

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Hi My company just bought new Accounting Program and this program will be use for 2 company that has close location to each other. Now i need to connect this 2 networks to work together. my Network is as below:
- office A has DHCP from kerio control server with the account program server is on this network. the range 192.168.0.1.
- Office B has DHCP from kerio control server has client need to use the accounting program in office A.
- There is a network cable from office A to office B for the connection.
- each kerio control has 3 network card install.
and i need to config kerio control on both side to work with each other by using the network cable above.

any comment how to solve this issues.

[Updated on: Wed, 22 October 2014 17:18]


THANKS

DARA
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miyzfrider

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I'll see if I can help you as I have three different Kerio installations at three locations, all working together to create a WAN network, which works great.

First, clarify for me, when you say you have a "network cable from office A to office B", is that a direct Cat 5 or Cat 6, Ethernet cable? Or are you connecting across an internet connection?

[Updated on: Sat, 25 October 2014 16:43]

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