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Nortel 1050 connecting a VPN to a BSR222

Hi there, I was wondering if you all can help.  I have a Nortel 1050 at the main location with a static IP and 3 BSR222 remote locations with dynamic ips.  I need to create VPN tunnels to the main location but cant seem to get it right.  Can you help?
You basically need to have Nortel Router experience to awnser this.  I am a tech and have installed 100's of routers but this one is like a cisco, complicated.  Thanks in advance!

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If you want to have a dynamic IP at the remote site you can forget about it, I placed a support call to Nortel and they told me that even if the NAT traversal option is there in the BSR222 they do not support it!!! 
I was able to use a bsr222 with a static ip accepting connection from linksys using dynamic, this works. 
see some example doc at www.chbr.info/linksys_bsr222.zip 

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Does the 1050 support tunnels to the BSR222 with dynamic addressing?

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