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cp_py

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Hello I am trying Winroute and need to use Nortel VPN client in a pc in my network.

Does anybody have any idea on how to configure Winroute?

I tried this configuration without success.

I created a Traffic policy (bellow NAT policy) with NAT with source private IP Network card and destination Public ip Network Card, the services enabled were IKE, IPSEC, GRE .
I also disabled in Advanced options IPsec pass-throught.

TIA
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isd@hhlmail.com

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make sure the service defined in the Kerio meet the Nortel VPN gateway. In my case (i need to connect the fortigate VPN remote site), the IKE ports are 4500, and 500. So I modified the related ports settings for the IKE service defined in the Kerio Winroute. Well, disabling the IPSEC pass-through is also required.

Hope it can help
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