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Configuring network interfaces
Added on Tue, Feb 26, 2013
Overview Kerio Control represents a gateway between two or more networks (typically between the local network and the Internet) and controls traffic passing through network adapters which are connected to these networks. In Kerio Control, yo... Read More
Configuring VLANs
Added on Thu, Oct 18, 2012
VLAN support in Kerio Control VLANs (Virtual LANs) are virtual networks created on a single physical Ethernet interface (trunk interface). Kerio Control supports 802.1Q VLANs. Each VLAN works as a standalone interface. The physical Ethe... Read More
Configuring PPPoE connections
Added on Tue, Aug 30, 2016
Overview Kerio Control supports PPPoE (Point-to-point protocol over Ethernet). Some Internet providers use PPPoE to create tunnels for connecting you to the Internet. Configure a PPPoE interface if your provider requires this protocol. You can... Read More
Configuring PPTP tunnel
Added on Tue, Aug 30, 2016
Overview Kerio Control supports PPPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol). Some Internet providers use PPTP to create tunnels for connecting you to the Internet. Configure a PPTP interface if your provider requires this protocol. Prerequisiti... Read More
Configuring TCP/IP settings in Kerio Control interfaces
Added on Thu, Aug 18, 2016
Overview This article describes how to configure IP addresses, gateways and DNS servers in Kerio Control. Configuring IPv4 settings Each Kerio Control interface in the Internet, Trusted/Local, and Other Interfaces groups can be set ... Read More
Changing MAC addresses of network interfaces
Added on Wed, Jan 7, 2015
Overview A MAC address identifies devices in a network. Some routers or Internetservice providers permit only specific MAC addresses for specific devices. When you need to use adevice or network adapter with a different MAC address on your side, yo... Read More
Changing the speed and duplex settings of Ethernet interfaces
Added on Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Overview Typically, the port speed and duplex mode of Ethernet interfaces is negotiated and set automatically between hardware devices. Some (usually older) hardware devices do not auto-detect speed and duplex mode, but instead use a hard-set spee... Read More
Changing the MTU of network interfaces
Added on Thu, Aug 11, 2016
Overview The MTU (maximum transmission unit) is the maximum size of an IP packet that can be transmitted without fragmentation. If your network device requires a specific MTU (as, for example, some types of modems do), you can define the MTU in the ... Read More