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Hi all!

I have kwf over win2k4 server. I have remote(outside lan) linux clients and thus I can't use kerio vpn client on remote side. I want to use PPTP to allow remote users access. I have to use citrix clients on remote VPN clients. On kwf box I have to interfaces(nics) "INTERNET" and "LAN".
I used windows built in PPTP framework. On the kwf box I set up new connection to "Accept Incoming Calls" and "Allow VPN Clients" and "Allow callers to access my local area network".
In kwf I added new rule:
Source: Network connected to Internet interface
Destination: Firewall host
Service: PPTP
Action: Permit.

I am able to establish remote connetions. Remote client is validated and registered in the network, but from the remote side internal lan is not accessible. No ping no responce.
Do I need some additional rules in kwf or routes on kwf box or NAT or what?

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.




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