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I have ADSL connection to the internet, and LAN.
I've installed Kerio 6 and specified only ONE traffic rule (except default rule): allow ALL connections from any source to any destination (i.e. no firewalling in fact).

Non-tansparent proxy is disabled, antispoofing is off.
and when kerio is running, i couldn't ping some any remote host or browse the internet - even on the computer when Kerio is installed, and on the other computers on the network too.

When I disable Kerio, all work fine.

I tried to use the wizard to specify other options - result was the same!
OS = winxp,sp2.

What could be wrong?

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dmvn

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Yes, I've read this, but i just cannot install RASPPPOE driver - it says that it desnt't see any Dial-up devices Sad
BTW, kerio successfully dials my connection, when I specify
login and password.

Anyway, I suppose problem is not in the drivers.
By the way, I've tried to install some previous version of Kerio (5.x), and had encountered slightly another behavior:
When I diable windows security center as a service, then i can ping some remote host (even if only one rule - any/any/allow), but internet still doesn't work.

Now i've installed kwf6.2.2 again with disabled security center.
Now ping DOESN'T work, and traffic policy is set to "allow everything".

Any suggestions?

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