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projrev2

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Hi all,

I have kerio control v9.2.2 as a virtual machine under hyper-v from my windows server 2016.

I have no rule or any block, users access everything on the internet without limit.

My link is 240mb, but when I do www.speedtest.net shown only to 100mb.

It seems that kerio control does not work with speed above 100mb.

Anyone have experience in this and can you tell how kerio control sees all the speed of my 240mb link?

Thank you

Regards
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Goran

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try to disable ips.
And stupid one, is your network on 1Gbps?

[Updated on: Sat, 04 November 2017 16:02]


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projrev2

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Yes, network on 1Gbps.
ips for vpn? I do not use vpn.
Can you guide me as disable ips?
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Goran

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IPS / IDS
Intrusion detection

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projrev2

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You are right, disable intrusion prevention speed is above 100Mbps
But this is not constant. Sometimes it is necessary to enable and disable some times and apply kerio to run at high speed.

Disable intrusion prevention we missed important block invasion prevention.

Kerio is confused in this, maybe development of kerio can give attention to this subject.

Today internet speeds are high above 100mbps, do want to work only up to 100mbps seems strange.

Thank you for your help.



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Question cannot be stupid, but some of the answers can.
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