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Need portal to Lucent rounter in order to configure PPTP

Trying to set up a VPN connection and need to acces the router to set up PPTP. Cant find a phone number for lucent bridges/routers.? Any suggestions

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Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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What model Lucent router is it? If it's an older one (DSLPipe, for example) it won't be able to handle the PPTP connections due to a hardware issue. If that's the case, the best solution would be to request that your ISP (if they supplied it) disable NAT on that router and assign you a block of public IP addresses. That way the router will just directly pass on the traffic to your IP address and VPN would work just fine. Regarding a phone number, Lucent was merged with Alcatel in April of 2006, so you may need to contact them. Their contact numbers can be found here: http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/wps/portal/ContactUs

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