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I have a vasco axs guard gatekeeper (version 7.6.2. pl006) with ipsec tunnel (psk) between a dlink dfl-800. On the vasco there is another tunnel (e-tunnel - psk) to another site to a vasco (version 7.6.0). My problem is that weekly 3 to 4 times the tunnels are lost connection. Then a have to restart the vasco with the 2 tunnels configured (7.6.2) and the problems are solved. I realy don't know what the problem is, plse any assistent would be very very great. Thanks in advance! Regards, Wilfried Vanheuckelom

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First thing to try is making sure you have the latest firmware on the router. If you have not logged into it before you need to type http://192.168.2.1 in your browser address bar and log in when prompted. The router by default does not have a password set so it might be worth setting one in system settings. You should find on the menu an option to update the firmware. Read the screen should guide you how do this. If the firmware is up-to-date and you still have a problem try disabling your firewall on the pc to see if it's getting in the way. Don't leave the firewall off if you find it's causing the problem you just have to work out how to configure it to allow the traffic out. The route should allow this traffic out by default.

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