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Hi all,

Well I've done it again..

I have setup Kerio to only accept the Adminisration Console connection from a set IP (the one I had).. Guess what.. Today I got a new one.

The 'bad thing is' that Kerio is running on a remote linux server with no GUI.
The 'good thing is' that I do have SSH access as 'root' to it, so accessing the system is no problem.

Is there maybe some user here who can tell me in what 'file' the administration IP is stored, so that I can reset it and login again with the Kerio Administration Console?
Or.. Is there an other way to reset the IP (maybe run './cfgwizard' again?)


Thank you...

[Updated on: Sat, 03 September 2005 11:31]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The best way is to login with SSH to the server and do following:

1. stop KMS by /etc/init.d/keriomailserver stop
2. edit the mailserver.cfg file in /opt/kerio/mailserver. Delete the IP access list name in administration access settings:
<table name="Administration">
  <variable name="AdminAcl"></variable>
</table>

Now, the IP address restriction is gone an you can login with Administration Console from anywhere.
3. start KMS
4. Change the IP address group list to new IPS. Set back the IP address restriction to administration over network.
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Thank you Pavel,

That did the job..
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