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Is there a way to channel all our office's traffic out of our Kerio box through a commercial VPN provider? We subscribe to Private Internet Access VPN (privateinternetaccess dot com) and we would like all of our traffic to be routed out through that connection. Does Kerio Box provide for this?

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mlee (Kerio)

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So far, routing internet connection through VPN works with VPN Client. But I am getting help with a solution to make traffic routing through tunnel.

Say, if internet traffic can indeed be routed through tunnel.

Take privateinternetaccess dot com as an example.
"We also offer IPSec/L2TP, PPTP and SOCKS5 technologies."

In some ways, if you can establish a tunnel using the above protocols with them based on the information on the following knowledge base article:

Then yes, it would work. (Make sure the traffic is one way though, or their VPN Clients can get into your network).


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