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I've running version 9.2 of the software appliance version of Control. I've managed to connect succesfully via a IPSEC tunnel to the Amazon VPN in order to connect my VPC to my local lan. However I don't seem to be able to access the machines on the VPC. I suspect its something to do with the routing. Perhaps something to do with the Inside IP addresses as I'm not sure what to do with these.

Anyone out there managed to get the setup working and perhaps can point me in the right direction

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Hello Benon,

We encountered the same issue with our Kerio to AWS IPSEC as well. Essentially the VPC tunnel on Amazon side does not know tunnel has been initated. As a result, it disconnects and renegotiates every 10 seconds or so. On top of that, the VPC tunnels at Amazon are BGP route friendly, something the Kerio control does not do at the moment. It has been suggested and the engineers have considered it.

Our solution was to create a small segregated network using a Juniper firewall specific to AWS use.
Hope this helps and good luck with a solution.

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