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I'm reasonably new to Kerio and have been having some trouble with Kerio Winroute 6. I have 2 internet connections, one a regular dialup at 56kpps and the other a vpn which makes the speed go at 1mbps. I have to be connected to the dialup before connecting to the vpn and the vpn goes through a special card being a SkyMedia SM200DPA card and then to a sattelite. Bassicly the vpn connection uses the dialup connection to run and increase the speed of downloading (NOT uploading though, that still runs through the dialup). I want to share the highspeed internet (vpn) to the other computers on my network but as far as I know I have to share both connections. If I share both connections and connect to both, the interet stops working, if I just dialup the regular connection then everything seems to work. What am I doing wrong here, does Kerio not support sharing 2 connections from different sources (dialup from modem and vpn from Skymedia card) or is it someting else. Can someone please help me with this problem as it is really starting to annoy me. If you need further info just ask and ill see what I can do. Thanks Smile
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