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I have a Philips Wireless Router SNA5630NS/05

I am with Talk Talk Broadband using you router and I am unable to gain access to my work laptop via VPN.Any Help would be greatly appreciated.

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Go fix your portting settings in your router.
Now do you want to gain access the laptop by loggin into it?
If so, go to VNC.com and download one of them. (Virtual Network Computer) You will have to install VNC on both computers. Then use VNC viewer to witre the ip of your laptop. Then press enter, you should gain access to your laptop wirelessly.

But you have to do portforwarding in the router and other small stuffs to make ths work.

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