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Running vpn to the office through a netgear FVG318

I am trying to connect to my office through VPN.
Somehow the NAT in the netgear keeps the computer i am using from recieving valid packets.
I have vpn pass through on and I tested with port forwarding.No Luck.

I use a recently bought NETGEAR ProSafeā„¢ 802.11g Wireless VPN Firewall FVG318

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  • jeddy941 Oct 02, 2008

    Trying to connect using hostname at one end. The FVG318 is NAT'd behind a Verizon modem. Can't get past IKE-phase 1 negotiation.

  • mbessler Feb 20, 2009

    Trying to connect using hostname at one end. The FVG318 is NAT'd behind a Verizon modem. Can't get past IKE-phase 1 negotiation.

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Check all the computer having network cards enabled.if it is present give all the machines the ip address and share the partions of all the computers

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