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Configure Linksys WRV200 for Multiple VPN Users

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We are using Cisco Systems VPN client (ver 4.8.0) to establish VPN connections to our data center.  End users use a mix of Macs and PCs.

At one location, we have a Linksys WRV 200.  One user connects wirelessly, another is a wired connection.  The users have their own VPN accounts.  When one connects, the other is disconnected.  We can have both connected to the VPN when we don't use the router, so I am confident that the router is just mis-configured.

However, the only instructions I can find seem to pertain to the Quick VPN feature.  I don't think I need this - we already have VPN client software (which I do not want to change - I'd prefer to stay consistent across locations).  I have also seen instructions for configuring a VPN tunnel - again, not an issue: when one user is on, the connection is fine.  It's just the presence of the second connection that seems to create a problem.

I have spent about two hours on hold with Linksys support, and am now searching for other resources!  Any suggestions ... ?

Thank you.
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I have resolved this.  Solution, for anyone who is interested:

1) Upgrade firmware (1.0.39) on router
2) Set port access (for Cisco: 500, 1000, 1024, 512)
3) Enable Mac cloning
4) Turn off multi-cast (under Firewall)
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