Anyone have experience of running CIPC with CheckPoint VPN clients?
My customer has been trying it with CME, however getting all audio dropping out partway through a call, from which point all audio would be lost - the firewall logs indicated 'connection contained the real IP of a NAT'd address' as it's excuse..
He's worked round this by adding a deNAT rule (a quote there, i'm not familiar with CheckPoint so can't vouch for the accuracy of his terminology ) which has fixed the problem so far, however calls from VPN client to VPN client still don't work at all.
Has anyone ran such a setup?
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