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I have a Cisco VPN that will not connect thru a D-link DIR-655 Router.

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I have a Cisco VPN and can connect to the office when connecting just thru the modem, but when I try to connect thru a D-link DIR-655 Router the VPN will not connect at all. Does anyone have any idea what settings I may need to look at to change?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)
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Not every router supports VPN packets. I have had problems with some LinkSys and some D-Link when using Juniper Netscreen VPN. The only solution in these cases was a different router. So unless someone can (hopefully) say here is how the D-Link will work, then it may not. ... ThinkPads_User

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I hope this is not the case. Do you know of a home wireless router that does accept VPN packets?
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I was just remined that this router worked well with CheckPoint VPN, but when the company changed over to Cisco VPN, I could not connect,
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The D-Link that does not work for me is a DI804HV.  ... Thinkpads_User
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Thanks for the update and good luck. .. Thinkpads_User
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