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Hi,

I have gone though XP wizard to set up the VPN, and I am using Wireless-G Broadband Router   WRT54G, which reports that VPN is enabled. But, I can not connect to this VPN. What should I check?

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by:Pushpakumara Mahagamage
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do you use personal fire wall .....check your firewall setings...

http://rucs.rutgers.edu/vpn/vpn_files/jabbott/vpn_winxp.php3
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NO, nothing worked. I disabled all firewall. I read all advice above. No connection to my VPN.
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It seems this router has a problem with VPN. I am abandonging the attempt (will use remote desktop of VNC), but the links were useful
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