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I can not connect to my vpn when using wireless dlink. i have no problem accessing my vpn network when direct hook up.

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Try calling your VPN network provider and asked them for ports numbers and IP address that needs to be opened on your router and give that information to your router manufacturer and have them open the said ports.

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