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VPN connection using Cisco Client through Belken 4 port DSL/Cable router.

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I am trying to connect to my work Cisco VPN. I have all of the correct clients and software. I am using a Cisco Client. The problem is, I am going through a 4 port Belkin dsl/cable router and I am not sure what I need to do to it to set up the special application ports to make it work. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Check you router configuration pages and look for an option for VPN passthrough, or IPSEC passthrough. Make sure this option is enabled.
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