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Cisco vpn + router = no TS connection

By ogeez ·
I connect to work thru a cisco vpn connection. I go thru my wireless router at home(Dlink li524).The vpn connection works fine however, when I try to access terminal services server at work, the connection just times out. This was working on my old regular router (Linksys). I have called support but they are no help. I have opened all necessary ports but still nothing. Does anyone have any suggestions? I know it has something to do with the router. I can use a regular vpn connection with no issues, it is just with the cisco vpn.

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by ogeez In reply to Cisco vpn + router = no T ...

Point value changed by question poster.

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by ogeez In reply to Cisco vpn + router = no T ...

BTW, I am running W2K.

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Cisco vpn + router = no T ...

i could spend a lot of my sunday here trying to pull out more information like what sp? what cisco vpn client. and you are sure it's the router becasue when you put linksys router back on it works again, yes? you are probably not on the same ip address anymore on the new router. otherwise i suggest shotgunning with applying latest sp to win2k and don't expect much help from ME if you can't be bothered to share more that you did 'what you fell was necessary'. i don't like that you diss your support. i bet you are unhelpful and hostile and that is why you are having this problem and not learning anyghing.

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by ogeez In reply to

Duh, me hostile, hello? look at your answer. I didn't diss support, I said they were no help, in other words, they didn't have an answer, thus I posted to this group. I wouldn't want any help from you anyhow because you obviously haven't a clue yourself. Of course the ip address changed on the other router but that is irrevelant to the issue as I took that into account. Oh, and by the way, I got it working by piggy backing the 2 routers together, so yes I did learn something ah.

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