Safe@office, Securemote issues

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Hello everyone - I'm hoping somebody out there can point me in the right direction. We just replaced our aging Checkpoint firewall with Safe@office 500 (waiting for the powerpack right now though). We use Securemote to vpn in and although that works just fine after recreating the site, we've had an odd side effect. Anybody that has recreated the site, must log into VPN to access our website or OWA (both of which are behind the new firewall) The firewall configuration includes 2 network objects (one for each the website and email - each is configured with internal and external ip), I have setup the webserver and the email server on the server page. I let it setup the rules for accessing them. The primary lan (wan) is configured with the IP and I have tried it with both internal and external DNS servers with no change. The Lan is configured with and IP address and not to hand out or relay dhcp, hide nat is enabled. If I have the customer stop the securemote, they can access the site fine, if they reboot and it comes up, they can't. If I configure the site in VPN while on the domain, it works just fine when it's running. I know it has to be in the configuration someplace, but I just can't find it. Any and all assistance is appreciated. thanks Lirria

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Hi all –

Well this problem still is hanging out there – I have even stumped the best Checkpoint engineer I know with this one – does anybody have anythoughts?

Lirria

I think you have to add a rule in the firewall directing it to the webserver where your site is hosted.

Thanks
Niroshan

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