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Windows 7 VPN support FVS318v3 (IPSec)

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Does anyone know if Windows 7 will support establishing a tunnel to an FVS318v3.  I know its IPSec, but I'm not sure if it can without the vpn client software.
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If it is IPSec, then you should use an IPSec client. The best one I know for Windows 7 is NCP Secure Entry (www.ncp-e.com). I use that one very succesfully.   ... Thinkpads_User
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You use this ipsec client with the FVS318v3?
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No with that with model, but with Juniper and LinkSys, yes, I use it very successfully. ... Thinkpads_User
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Worked, thanks!
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Thank you. NCP is a good client. I have nothing to do with them, it just works well for me. ... Thinkpads_User
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