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grayz

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Could somebody say is it possible to configure Kerio WinRoute (installed on a local server Win2003) to allow Cisco VPN Client 4.6 (working on a workstation in LAN) to connect to a remote Cisco VPN Server? I can get a connection only through dial-up on the workstation where Cisco VPN Client is installed...

Please let me know, because I'm feeling like wasting time in trying to connect through Kerio WinRoute Crying or Very Sad

Thanks!
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grayz

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Do you know which TCP or UDP ports use Cisco VPN?

I think you have to allow outgoing IKE and UDP port 5400.
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grayz

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But is it possible to disable firewall features for that local machine where Cisco is installed (in other words to permit any protocols/ports in/out)?
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winkelman

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grayz wrote on Tue, 21 March 2006 12:23

But is it possible to disable firewall features for that local machine where Cisco is installed (in other words to permit any protocols/ports in/out)?


Sure, create a Traffic Policy for this machine that allows it all ports...
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mkerr

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I have the Cisco VPN client working behind WRF on my laptop to a VPN server on the internet. I simply created a new service called Cisco VPN client (under Definitions / Services).

Parameters were

Protocol: TCP/UDP
Source Port: List
Ports: 500, 4500, 10000
Destination Port: List
Ports: 500, 4500, 10000

I then added the above service as a rule in the traffic policy to go from Any interface to Any interface, and use NAT (Default outgoing interface). I did this in a hurry at the time, that is why I used the Any interface!

One other thing. Most VPN's use a 10.x.x.x IP range, and configure your PC's routing tables to suit when connected (do a route print to check). I found I had trouble connecting at home with my ADSL local DHCP range set to a 10.x.x.x subnet. Once I changed this to 192.168.x.x, it all worked correctly.

Hope this helps.

M
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