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Using Cisco VPN Client behind a Conexant Router

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Using Cisco VPN Client behind a Conexant Router

Can anyone help I'm having a problem getting access to my works Cisco VPN box. I can get to it using a standard dial up but when try via ADSL router i get a peer timeout message.
Is there anything I need to setup to get it working.
I have a conexant Hasbani router/modem.
I have put tcp ports 50/51 and 500 into the virtual server settings but Im still not getting anything.

I need help this is ****ing me off.

This all started when Plus NET changed there adsl network. I was very happy 2 Months Ago all was working well. Then one night [puff] nothing. HELP ME PLEASE !! Sad :?:
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Using Cisco VPN Client behind a Conexant Router

There two VPN's one the O/S terminates the tunnel and the one you are using is tuerminated by the Cisco vpn.

I would open all ports and try you may have to put the pc in the dmz zone to do this. If that works get a port monitor and see what ports are in use during the connection and then forward them. Some routers wont forward VPN packets if you use MS VPN but other vpn products work ok.

When you try are they able to see the conection at work? What O/S are you using?