We'll let you know when a new response is added. If you were able to establish a VPN from starbucks then maybe your router will not allow wireless connections from what it sees as the internal network, since you would be Connecting to a Windows 2000 server fails consistenty. If the VPN wasn't established from starbucks and you were just mentioning that the laptop works, then their might be a setting on your router that you're connecting to in which check over here
I disable the linksys firewall and turned off all security features on the router asnd computer to open any connections from the router for communication to the vpn. But while at home I was refused access on every attempt. Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Im still asssuming its a problem with the WRT54GS, because I had no problems VPN'ing to work with my old wireless router (not a linksys). · actions · 2006-May-15 12:45 pm https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/getting-microsoft-vpn-to-work-with-linksys-wrt54g.262832/
ForumsJoin Search similar:PPTP VPN problemsWhat ports to disable NETGEAR prevent hackers settingsL2TP/IpSec PSK - Zywall behind an other RouterIPv6[Connectivity] VPN client cannot connect via Comcast gateway unitRogers still throttling!! VPN error 619 This is a discussion on VPN error 619 within the Networking Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. I hope that some of this information might point you in the right direction, I'm subscribing for updates to your issue in case I can be of assistance. Set the Time Zone setting and click Save Changes.
Please try again later. I tried this laptop at a starbucks and it worked fine. Is the Cisco VPN client available for download? I'm interested in hearing from anyone who has encountered and fixed the probem, especially with Windows 2000 servers.
Bashbelly Member Joined: Dec 12, 2005 Messages: 111 Likes Received: 0 Was wondering if anyone has successfully resolved issue of getting a microsoft vpn to connect using a linksys wrt54g v5. Unfortunately this is not an option since user is not network savvy. Looks to me like your trying to VPN to a Windows 2003 Server at work, right? · actions · 2006-May-11 5:05 pm · Fire4EffectTarget Aquiredjoin:2000-12-05Elmhurst, IL
Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password? I never tried a vpn connection on the net gear because i didnt have an enable vpn. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? We'll email youwhen relevant content isadded and updated.
I think i've seen settings like that on a netgear wireless vpn router before, I'm not as familiar with the linksys web interface pages. http://www.chicagotech.net/casestudy/vpnerror619.htm It looks like linksys does not like the VPN pass through. What VPN client software are you using? · actions · 2006-May-1 5:45 am · Fire4EffectTarget Aquiredjoin:2000-12-05Elmhurst, IL
Hell even put pc in question in DMZ. check my blog All the pass throughs are enabled on the router. Benb135 pts. Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password?
I need help anyone have any ideas??? Not the most user friendly way to do things. · actions · 2006-May-3 11:29 am · Fire4EffectTarget Aquiredjoin:2000-12-05Elmhurst, IL
If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Solution: Each time we configured the DSL modem, we put the user ID and password in the Speedstream modem and had the router connecting via "Automatic Configuration", (i.e. Peace *************** technochic Here is another suggestion that worked for me when I ran into the same problem on my home network.
I've made sure the networks arent on the same subnet but still no luck. Stay logged in LinksysInfo.org Forums > Cisco/Linksys Hardware > Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers > Forums Forums Quick Links Recent Posts Resources Resources Quick Links Most Active Authors Latest Reviews LinksysInfo Store Members The v5/v6 revisions are plagued with a firmware bug that disables the required protocols for the VPN to properly work. We'll email youwhen relevant content isadded and updated.
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. Thanks for your time. Has anyone gotten the WRT54G v5 to VPN? have a peek at these guys Im just using the built in Windows XP client to VPN. · actions · 2006-May-1 12:45 pm · DocLargePremium Memberjoin:2004-09-08
If i am able to connect hardwire to the router then I connect fine. Nor is there likely to be seeing how the core OS in the V5 is VXWorks, which is closed source.I know OpenWRT has a workaround to flash its firmware, but it VPN worked fine with my old wireless router, not sure what its not now. · actions · 2006-Apr-30 8:35 pm · kumagcowjoin:2004-12-04Washington, DC kumagcow Member 2006-Apr-30 10:11 pm have you tried Good Luck jgutz20, Jun 30, 2006 #6 svsys Guest WRT54G V5 PTP problems I've had similar problems using a Windows/XP PPTP client through a Linksys WRT54G router to Windows 2000,
While at starbucks i was actually able to completely acccess the server and evrything was functioning properly on even to the extent of printing. I also remember someone mentioned changing from the default 192.168.1.x subnet to something else. Is there anything in the System or Application event logs? We'll email youwhen relevant content isadded and updated.
My ISP only allowed one connection and it was based on the MAC address of the NIC they set it up for. We tried changing the router, firmware and DSL modem with no change.
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