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First sorry my poor english, still trying Cool

I have the following problem:

location 1:
Cable Modem (2 MBit/s sync.)
Kerio WRF 4.0.11
Kerio FW acting as VPN Server
on the LAN behind KWF one MS Exchange 2003 (on Windows server 2003)
three (3) VPN-Tunnels (to location 2, 3, 4)

location 2:
Cable Modem (2 MBit/s sync.)
Kerio WRF 4.0.11
VPN Tunnel to location 1 established (works fine)
on the LAN behind KWF XP Workstations with Outlook 2003 working in "Outlook Mode" with Option "Cached Mode" with the Exchange Server above

location 3: same as location 2 but other provider:
ADSL with VPN, so Kerio VPN is transported over the ADSL VPN
this location works fine (using KWF 6.1.0, bevor 6.0.11 also worked fine)

and now the problem:

location 4: same as location 3, newly installed:
the provider ADSL-VPN is working
Kerio VPN Tunnel to location 1 is active!!!
but i can not connect to the exchange server at location 1 !?!

for me it looks like the routing tables are the problem, but i'm not sure:
tracing the of the exchange server it looks like it takes a route using the providers ADSL (standard Internet route) and not the Kerio VPN route (

has anyone an idea?
has anyone running Outlook over Kerio-VPN-Tunnels with an Exchange Server ?



... forgot to adapt some rules at location 1:
add the newly created VPN tunnel to the local rule, now everything works fine ...

[Updated on: Fri, 08 July 2005 12:45]

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