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tbridge

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Hello all,

We are considering an office in another country, and for security reasons, we'd like to route all our Internet traffic over a Kerio VPN Tunnel back to our US office. Kerio doesn't publish a rate of speed for their VPN tunnels, but suggested that the forums might have a good idea what people are seeing.

How does the tunnel perform for site-to-site traffic over large geographical distances?

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Tom
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Hi,

Full speeds till some max.
Our vpn Netherlands-Switserland is used to the max of the connection at one office(50mbit fiber connection).
The second line China-Netherlands is really slow, but that is china. it only gets 100kb/500bk.

But i do not know how kerio-vpn preforms on a really high connection. For normal internet use (a 1gig fiber) kerio only can use 500/600mb with all options enabled (virus/packet inspection/etc)

Teun
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