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heze54

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Hi...I´m trying winroute software.

If I´m at my home and I try to connect to muy office where is installed the server software, which ports do I need to open on my cisco router? only tcp and udp 4090?



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To open a vpn tunnel that's enough. If you want to do something with the traffic that goes through the tunnel you need to allow that traffic also.

name: vpn connection
source: internet
dest: firewall
service: kerio vpn
action: allow

to ping the server

name: vpn ping
source: vpn client
dest: firewall
service: ping
action: allow

other traffic: create a traffic rule like vpn ping for that traffic. Another example:

name: vpn firewall admin
source: vpn client
dest: firewall
service: kwf admin
action: allow
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Hi...I permit all traffic because I've another firewall with cisco.I only trying the vpn server.

From a lan computer, the vpn client connects fine but from any where outside through the router does not works.


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Is the cisco firewall blocking the connection?
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No, the IOS firewall is off.There are no ports opened on the cisco 1700series router.
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Is the rule that allows the vpn connection from the internet below another rule that blocks access from the internet?
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