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Best,

We have a branch office in China, connected through a Kerio-Kerio Tunnel to our office here in Europe.
We 'share' one Active directory domain (windows), all traffic for the servers are going through this tunnel, and also our files.

In China many sites (google/wetransfer etc) are blocked. How can we (if possible) reroute only this sites through the tunnel to europe to go to the internet here, but all other sites will stay in the china. This for internet speed, the branch office has a reasonable speed for internet browsing in China, but to Europe it is slow, so if all internet would go trough the tunnel it is not workable.

I looked at a routing table but u cannot set the tunnel as interface at the static routing in the kerio connect.


teun

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Go to VPN Tunnel Properties - Remote Networks
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Thanks,
This worked,
not directly, i needed only to add a extra rule in the receiving firewall that traffic from the kerio-tunnel also can connect to the internet in Europe.

Teun

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Teun,

Use the DNS part of Control in CN.
DNS Resolution - Custom DNS Forwarding.
Forward the domains to the DNS servers in NL.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
www.ictandme.nl
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