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I'm trying to set up a trial version of Kerio Winroute Firewall 6.0.9 to test it in a new server environment. The hardware and software meet all Kerio requirements. ICS & ICF disabled. TCP is set up and running correctly without firewall. To use adsl internet i need to make VPN connection to ISP (GRE+PPTP protocols in use). I've tried to use wizard, set up manually Traffic Rules, but nothing is working.
The problem is that without KWF everything is working fine. But when i'm starting firewall i can't connect to ISP's vpn-gate, though i can ping it. Also i can't ping ADSL modem interface ( and default gateway.
Right now the first thing to do is to be able to make pptp connection to ISP from firewall host.
What could be the problem? Or is it just a bug of my computer?

The problem is solved. It is the incompatibility of Kerio and Marvell Yukon Gbit onboard lan.

[Updated on: Fri, 11 March 2005 18:15]

Pavel Stepanek (Kerio)

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I am the technical support guy from the Kerio Technologies. You reported a conflict with the Marwell Yukon integrated network card.

Would it be possible to make a test for us regarding to this conflict?

The attached file is a WinRoute driver test. It is a command line utility which detects all network interfaces on your computer. Try run it please and try ping some IP address while the wrdrvtest is running. Send me your results if it will be possible.

This information can help us to find a problem with this adapter. Probably there is a collision with the Marwell Yukon card's driver and the KWF's driver.

Thank you.

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