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piKerio

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I have a need to be able to connect to a Kerio VPN server via a Raspberry Pi. Is there any way we could build a Kerio Control client for the pi from source code?

It can't run the current distributions of Kerio Control due to its ARM processor.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You can build an IPSec client on Raspberry Pi and configure it to be a client.
Kerio Control does support IPSec VPN: http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/vpn/configuring-ip sec-vpn-tunnel-1288.html
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piKerio

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Is this possible to do if I don't have control over the actual Kerio VPN server?

I can only remote in to this server.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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piKerio wrote on Mon, 17 April 2017 20:53
Is this possible to do if I don't have control over the actual Kerio VPN server?

I can only remote in to this server.


The Knowledge Base article is clear. You must know IPSec configuration of the server (and its firewall rules) in order to configure the client. You may also need to fine tune IPSec protocol settings on both sides to make the VPN connection. So you need either access to Kerio Control administration or help from administrator of Kerio Control server.
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piKerio

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Is there any other option if I can't access administrative controls, such as using OpenVpn?
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r.nosratabadi

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hi
I want to install kerio Control Server on a Electronic Board like Raspberry Pi device. What device can I do?
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Morgan H. (Kerio)

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Questions on this forum are meant to address the needs of admins. If you don't have admin access, I would suggest discussing the pi potential with your admin.

R.nosratabadi, it would be so cool to have such an affordable software device as a Pi. Unfortunately, the Pi, even the 3 just doesn't have enough CPU to make Control worth running on it. You would have to strip all the IPS feature off it, including content filter to get it to be useable on most connections. Because of that, the developers have never built an armhf build of Control. However, I continue to see those boards become more and more powerful. It would not surprise me in the next decade to see a build of Control that runs on arm if they keep progressing in price and speed.
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