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HPSmatt

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I'm currently testing Connect whilst evaluating various options for a Firewall upgrade but I'm doing this offline on a test machine with a test client to avoid disruption.

One of our WAN connections is BT Fibre using an openreach modem which uses PPPoE to login. We have a static IP and on our current firewall you can specify this but on Connect this is greyed out so I can't enter one. If I chose static instead I can't enter the login details. Is this likely just because I'm offline or is it not possible with PPPoE on Connect?
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I assume you're talking about Kerio Control, not Kerio Connect. Have you checked http://kb.kerio.com/1400 and http://kb.kerio.com/1941 ?

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HPSmatt

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Thanks Ken - yes , sorry, Connect was a typo as we already have that in use, it is Control I'm now looking at.

I did go through the knowledge base article 1400 using mode "native" setting and adding the static IP there but you then have to use mode "PPPoE" for the login details - do both these mode setting work together i.e they are not exclusive (native OR PPPoE)?

As I don't have a real connection it just says cable disconnected in the interfaces section of the main page so just trying to understand the interface.
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