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Problems with SSL VPN (SSL Web Proxy) with Draytek Vigor 2930 Router

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Hello Experts

I would appreciate some help setting up my Draytek Vigor 2930 Router.

I am trying to setup SSL VPN access for my co-workers.

I am able to log in to the Draytek router via SSL VPN and select the SSL Web Proxy link, which then gives me a link to the intranet app running on IIS.  When I click the link however a new browser window opens but the application never loads.

 I have no problems connecting to the app via VPN with PPTP, etc.  or port forwarding.

Any ideas what could be going on here?

Thanks so much,
Mike
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Please check the Access Method configuration & User Account Anthentication.

Please follow this link & let me know if this helps you. Also am attaching suer manual for SSL configuration.

http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/kb_vigor_ssl.html
UG-Vigor2930-V2.0.pdf
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Thanks Sachin,

I verified the access method, authentication, read the manual and read the link you sent.  I am able to get past the web proxy screen (but it is very slow)  and enter my login details for the web based app.  After I click "log in" I eventually see my name in the title bar of the browser but the remainder of the web page doesn't load.  Incidentally, the web app is written in .NET, not sure if that could be contributing to the problem?

Thanks for your help,
Mike
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I noticed that even my SSL access for remote router management is extremely slow and sometimes not even loading.
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