Okay I'm new to VPN so excuse my lack of the correct terminology. But the situation is I've bought (2) D-Link DFL-300 VPN/FW/Routers (http://www.d-link.com/products/?pid=66
) because I wanted to set up a VPN from my home to my office. My home is in Atlanta, GA and office is in Inman, SC. SC location has Charter high speed internet and GA location have Comcast high speed internet. One DFL-300 is in SC location and the other is in GA. LAN, firewall, routing, and connection is working fine on both locations just can not get VPN to connect, communicate, or work at all. I've followed the D-Link instructions on how to set up VPN between (2) DFL-300 on their website but I've had no luck (http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1219&question=DFL-300%20/%20DFL-80
) . Both the connections have dynamic IP's and I have spoken with both Broadband companies to verify if they block any ports to VPN or restrict any VPN. They both say they do not block VPN ports and have no restrictions. So back to the drawing boards now I am stumped on this one? Part of the reason is I'm new to VPN so I probably lack the knowledge. D-Link support site makes it sound so easy I knew their was more to it then what they had. Sounds to easy to be true you know. The support wasn't helpful period, when I mentioned to them about the DFL-300 they gathered all my information and said somebody will call me. Been almost 2 weeks and no call yet, I've left messages and sent e-mails. Okay any help would be appreciate greatly. I've searched high and low and still I can not get these 2 working together. Is it because both locations have Dynamic IP's? Please post reply or feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks ahead.