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i have a N750 netgear wndr4000 wireless router.  When i am on call from my job i can connect with my work laptop wirelessly but when i attempt to connect to my Cisco Anyconnect VPN client it will not connect.

If i take the netgear out and re-connect my D-Link wireless router i can connect seamslessly to the wireless and my Cisco VPN connects and i am able to connect to my company network.

What option do i need to configure on my netgear wireless router to all for connection of my VPN client.
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Go into the setup on your drink one and check the firewall and the nat settings.
Copy anything in there to the other one.
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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There should be some VPN passthrough options in the netgear. Usually 3 options together:
Allow pptp passthrough
Allow IPSec passthrough
Allow l2tp passthrough
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You may also need to open specific TCP/UDP ports on the Netgear router.  Again, check your settings on the old D-Link router and re-apply to the Netgear.
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