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I would like assistance in configuring the VPN part of the router. We have the other site ready but we have had to re-configure the router mentioned above, Tried testing the router using IPSEC, but no logs or details to help , any help would be welcomed,

Have steup and tried connecting via the Section VPN, and entering in the dial-out details, but does not seem to connect or provide any reason as to whay.
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Can you provide specifics?

Brand
Router
Router firmware version
How the VPN is going to connect
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Draytek Router

Model
 : Vigor2600 plus series annex A
Firmware Version
 : 2.5.6_UK
Build Date/Time
 : Mon Feb 21 17:14:4.5 2005
LAN MAC Address
 : 00-50-7F-2F-1F-64  

VPN Will be trying to connect vis IPSEC, as i said no no logs as to why not connecting, and or if i have configured this correctly

Thanks
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Draytek has a VPN guide set up on their website:

http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/router_faq.html#vpn

Hope this helps!
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Hi that has helped , so thanks for that, although still not getting any VPN connection, looks like i have configured correclty, so possible it other end the issue is, although that was already setup, so who knows!!
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It could be the other side if you've followed the instructions to the T
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