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kolt

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Hi.

I have intresting proglem:
When seme one computer in local network create vpn-connection, another computer can not create the same or another vpn-connection.

use such policy:

VPN-connection Provider Firewall GRE Allow Map to user computer.

How I can solve this problem?

thanks, kolt.
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winkelman

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There are some restrictions, for example AFAIK only one person at a time can use a IPSec connection.
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kolt

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I heard about #advanced NAT#, that may do it.

maybe Kerio support this feature?
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winkelman

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Perhaps give us more info? What kind of VPN do you use? What protocol(s)?
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kolt

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HI!

I have found solution for my problem:
the solution is easy:
I have set pptp Protocol Inspector for pptp service. =)
I can create many vpn connections from my network to another now.

But I have next problem.

I have installed VPN server on XP pro behind kerion router,
when I connect from home, this such pptp rules,
connection filed
and I see message that servers is unavailable.

If I set Protocol Inspector for pptp service to NULL
(with out any) I can connect from house to office via VPN.
but I can create vpn connection from office to another networks via VPN.

Maybe I sould use another service for mapping packets ?

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