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Cisco VPN not working when connected through VZAccess.  VPN does work on regular wireless or local area connection.
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Can you provide a little more information? What type of card and is it 4G? etc etc....




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Mobile Broadband DW5620, I can get online but cant connect to VPN.

The Dell™ Wireless 5620 Gobi Mobile Broadband Mini-Card uses both EVDO (Evolution Data Optimized) and HSDPA (High Speed Data Packet Access) technologies in one card. This technology is called Gobi.
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2 weeks on this issue, nearly lost my mind...
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