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VPN with airlink super G 101 router

I have a airlink super G router connected to my DSL modem. I can access vpn directly from DSL, but not after the super G router. what can be the problem?

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The specifications for a F5D9230 state that it supports VPN passthrough so you shouldn't need to configure anything in the router itself. It may be necessary to open a few incoming ports but only as a last resort.

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