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jassu

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I enabled ipsec VPN (PSK) and used you kb-article to install this to my Android phone. http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/vpn/configuring-ip sec-vpn-1281.html

Connection to VPN-server works and after login both kerio Control's admin + Android show that the VPN is up. However no trafffic is routing through VPN, in other words nothing works when trying to browse internet or internal local network with the phone.

I tested add both 0.0.0.0/0 and my internal NAT-network (192.168.10.0/24) to routing (advanced settings under VPN), no help.

Kerio VPN on my laptop works like a charm, both for internal and external networks. And according to my knowledge these are on same traffic rules on firewalls side, so that should be ok. Firewall is running 9.2.0 beta firmware.

The problem is propably now with android. Have anyone else had samekind of symptoms?

Device : Samsung Note 4
Android-version: 6.0.1
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jassu

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Ok, i managed to sort this out. The problem was that my VPN-account had 2-step verification on and android was unable to provide the login screen for the code. I did not find the way how to fix that, so i disabled the 2-step verification and VPN is now working.

If someone has idea how to handle the 2-step verification problem with Android, i would be happy to get a hint.
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plmorpheus

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Hi,

could you tell me how did you configure (which settings did you use) IPSec connection between Control and Android. I've tried to manage that but without success.

Thx in advance
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