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I've made many searches in youtube, google, kerio forum and kerio documantation. But I cannot find any solution that solve my problem. there are many topics that discuss on remoting in, but nothing works for me as I see.
here is my problem:
-I'm using kerio 9.1 on hp 350 g9 in a VM :
-I've set up the kerio recently
-Domain Controler (DC) : Win Server 2012 :
-DSL Modem: DLink 2750DU :
--Statick IP:
-Remote Desktop on DC and other clients is enable
-PPPOE Connection
(All IPs are for example)

Before installing Kerio Control (KC), I can remotely access to the office server via port forwarding in DLink such as the following setup in DLink modem. I just type in windows "mstsc" (Remote desktop) and successfully connect through my laptop or smartphone.
- >>

I've define several port forwarding in DLink for connecting to different OS or ESXi VSphere client using port 443.

but since I run the kerio control in past week, I cannot access to my HP server remotely from home or street, but the Remote Desktop works like a charm in the office.

My KC has two interface:
2. LAN:

My DLink has one lan and a statick IP"
1. statick IP:
2. LAN:

My clients gateway is :

I've wrote this traffic rule, but it doesn't works
Source: Internet Interfaces
Destination: Lan
Service: TCP 2222
IP Ver: any
Action: allow
Translation : MAP:

also the "Source:" does not works. moreover "Destination:" does not works. Confused

there is no more rules except default rules.
Also I try to set PPPOE Connection on kerio, but it cannot connect to internet. time wasted Smile

The DLink 2750 DSL modem (PPPOE) pattern can be such this:
(Public IP:port) >>>>>>fW>>>>> ((internal IP:port)

I don't know what should I set on DLink external FW Prot and then Forward again that port to my destination VM.

how can I setup a port forwarding to access all my VMs from home through the static public IP? Sad


[Updated on: Fri, 12 August 2016 14:51]

Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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It has been discussed in this forum several times.
The traffic rule should look like:

Source: Internet Interfaces
Destination: Firewall
Service: TCP 2222
IP Ver: any
Action: allow
Translation : MAP:

Petr Dobry
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Many thanks, can you please tell me that what should I setup on my DLink modem and what should I write on my Remote Desktop input field?

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here is the ways which I want to connet:
1. MY DC: >> Remote Desktop
2. MY Automation server 2012 >> Remote Desktop
3. MY Esxi (On HP G9) >> Main server

and many other servers. so what should I set on my DLink modem and what should I set on Kerio Control and what should I type in RemoteDesktop application in windows remotely?

Thanks foy your help

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Reconfigure your dsl modem to "Bridge" mode. In KControl set pppoe internet connection.
Then you will have public IP on Kerio Control interface and set traffic rules as tou need.

Lubor Kacian
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Thanks, it works like a charm finally Smile
here is what I do:

1. Set modem on Bridge
2. interface > internet interface > new PPPOE > set user and pass
3. click connect > it gets the public IP and DNSs
4. write these rules on Traffic rules:
>> source: Internet interface, Trusted local, internet, lan (the last 2 were my interface names)
>> Dest.: Firewall
>> service: TCP:3335, UDP: 3335
>> IP ver: any
>> action: Allow
>> Translation: MAP:
>> apply

on RDP:

and yes, it works,
Thanks friends
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