Can KernelCare work on servers that do not have Internet access?

Yes. KernelCare can run on servers behind the firewall using KernelCare.ePortal.

To learn more about how KernelCare.ePortal works, watch this video.


If you still have questions or concerns, open a support ticket or use our live chat feature to talk with a member of our support team.

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