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Mike Kraley
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      11-01-2004
I have a Linksys RT31P2 router for my Vonage VOIP
connection. Everything else works fine, but I cannot establish a
vanilla Microsoft VPN connection thru it. Topology is my computer to
Linksys to cable modem thru internet to VPN server. I could easily
establish a connection with my previous router (DLINK DI-624) where
the Linksys is now.

Now, however, I get hung at the "verifying username and password"
prompt. Googling this says the likely culprit is that PPTP passthru
is not enabled in the router; however, this router gives such an
option in its menus and it is enabled.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

....Mike



 
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Dmitri
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      11-01-2004
Mike Kraley wrote:


> I have a Linksys RT31P2 router for my Vonage VOIP
> connection. Everything else works fine, but I cannot establish a
> vanilla Microsoft VPN connection thru it. Topology is my computer to
> Linksys to cable modem thru internet to VPN server. I could easily
> establish a connection with my previous router (DLINK DI-624) where
> the Linksys is now.


> Now, however, I get hung at the "verifying username and
> password"
> prompt. Googling this says the likely culprit is that PPTP passthru
> is not enabled in the router; however, this router gives such an
> option in its menus and it is enabled.


> Any suggestions would be appreciated.


> ....Mike


Check if port 1723 is open on your new router for PPTP passthrough.

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Brian LaVallee
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      11-01-2004
You may also want to try reducing the MTU size on your PC.
http://is.rice.edu/~Ricenet/vpn/drtcp.html

"Mike Kraley" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>I have a Linksys RT31P2 router for my Vonage VOIP
> connection. Everything else works fine, but I cannot establish a
> vanilla Microsoft VPN connection thru it. Topology is my computer to
> Linksys to cable modem thru internet to VPN server. I could easily
> establish a connection with my previous router (DLINK DI-624) where
> the Linksys is now.
>
> Now, however, I get hung at the "verifying username and password"
> prompt. Googling this says the likely culprit is that PPTP passthru
> is not enabled in the router; however, this router gives such an
> option in its menus and it is enabled.
>
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
>
> ....Mike
>
>
>



 
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