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VPN connects briefly with verizon broadband then disconnects

I have no problem connecting to wifi hot spots but within a couple minutes of using my mobile broadband it disconnects.

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Why can't I connect to wifi anywhere?


there are two systems.
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Some Wi Fi networks with limited range are available at Wi Fi hot spots but you need to know the password to connect.

In my country Australia Telstra is going to offer Wi FI hot spots for its home users broadband customers and will then bill the usage to their home account. https://www.telstra.com.au/broadband/telstra-air

this is a new network concept in its infancy

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it does not support WIFI will need to get one that does support WIFI to connect that way.

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How to get wifi


First you need a WiFi wireless card or an USB WiFi adapter.
This will allow you to connect to a free WiFi hot spot location such as MacDonalds, Starbucks etc.
If you want to setup your own wireless network at home the you need a wireless router and then configure the wireless card/adapter in your computer with the router's wireless settings.

SETTING UP A BROADBAND CONNECTION
First you need to decide what type of broadband andInternet service you require and these are -
1. DSL that uses your existing telephone line.
2. Cable that uses a cable service and can include a cable TV service.
3. A wireless 3G network which uses the mobile/cell phone network and can beseparate or combine with your cell phone account
Note - Combined services generally offer discount pricing and may include amodem/wireless router.

If you use a wireless router with the DSL or Cable Internet service and yourlaptop has a wireless card then you can also connect to the Internet at WiFihot spots like McDonalds, Star Bucks, the Airport etc.
If you use the wireless 3G wireless broadband service, then you can access theInternet anywhere where your ISP has 3G wireless coverage. You need to checkthe service coverage area where you need Internet service.
Once you decide what type of broadband your require, then you need to checkwith the various Internet Service providers to see if they can offer and thecost of the various plans.
Note the download limits and the associated additional costs if you exceed themonthly download limits. Once you sign up with a Internet Service provider,their documentation will include setting up instructions and/or installationCD.

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I have dial up at home. I will be traveling and will need to go to wireless. I am not computer smart. I need step by step instructions on how to do this. I have a C655 laptop


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Apparently your computer has "wifi" compatablity. Which means that you can connect to a wifi hot spot, like in Starbucks and McDonalds, even most Hotels. That means you will have to stop and find one to connect to. Many have free access but security is always your responsibility. You will need to be within about 30-100 feet to get a reliable signal.

If you want on the go with mobile connectivity you will need to get a "wifi" modem like Verizon or ATT or Sprint provides. Expect to pay around $60 per month. You can get a card that fits in your slot or an external battery operated wifi modem that connects to the cell towers and rebroadcasts to your computer via the wifi 802.11.g/n. If you choose the wifi only you will need to go to your control panel and create a new connection in the wireless section on your computer. The computer should guide you through this procedure,

I hope this was useful and please comment if this was helpful to you.

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My employer gave me a Dell 6400 Latitude Laptop to use at home through a VPN connection. I have a plug in connection at home. How do I hook up my laptop at home?


Connect your ethernet cable from your Broadband modem into your laptop. Make sure you can browse webpages. Open the VPN software installed by your employer, and enter your login credentials assigned by your employer to authenicate. Once connected, you will have Network Access and Intranet Connections to your workplace. This will work from WiFi hotspots, hotels, Internet cafes, etc. If you do not yet have your VPN software installed, or have your credentials, speak to your employer as they may need to create and account and a certificate for your VPN connection.

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Verizon disconnects in minutes when on VPN


This is a common problem with VPN and by no means confined to Verizon. You will need to check with whoever you are VPN connecting to as it is most likely they that are experiencing a problem and dropping your connection. Contact the host Network Admin or Support team to assist you. I have had this happen many times, especially when travelling and it has never been an issue with my laptop and has always been the host.

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I have reseted the router configuration back to Factory Default, and set it up again from the beginning. I think the problem was at the firewall settings.

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Sort out my VPN issue


On my 4350, if I go Settings -- Connections -- Tasks, there's a task "Set up a new VPN connection," which will walk me through network IDs and authentication. I worry that that isn't there in WM2003SE, but have a look. As to your second question, one serious flaw to the current communications software is that there's no way to save multiple settings sets. So when you're home or go to a public hotspot you'll likely have to empty out all your office settings, then re-input them when you're back in the office. Good luck.

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