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Here is how to set G1 3G and MMS for UAE Etisalat separately (u can enjoy mms or 3G alone by deactivating settings for either one). First you need to setup 1 access point for each service, sttings is as follows: -----------------3G---------------- Name: Etisalat3G (could chos any name) APN: Etisalat.ae - - - - - - - - MCC: 424 MNC: 02 APN type: default --------------------------MMS---------------------- Name: EtisalatMMS (chose any name) APN: mms Proxy: 010.012.000.030 Port: 8080 Username: mms Password: mms - MMSC: http://mms/servlets/mms MMS proxy: 010.012.000.030 MMS Port: 8080 MCC: 424 MNC: 02 APN type: mms
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I am guessing this VPN is something work related and not a VPN you setup yourself?? If that is the case your company's VPN access will not allow you to pass from there network back to yours which is why you are unable to print to your local home printer when connected to VPN. You might could run it by your IT staff and see if they will allow connection and help you set it up. If not then simply email the docs to yourself and then print them out after you are finished using VPN connection.
1. Please assign an IP address to your computer using the IP Address Reservation.
a. Please open any web browser like Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. b. Connect to the router by typing http://routerlogin.com/basicsetting.htm or http://192.168.1.1 in the address field and click Enter or Return key. c. A window will prompt for a user name and password. The default username is "admin" and the default password is "password".
Note: If it does not take password as the password, you might have changed it when you have run the NETGEAR Setup CD so please try other passwords. If you cannot remember the password, you need to reset the router and run the Setup CD to reconfigure it.
d. On the setup page, please click LAN IP Setup under Advanced tab. e. Click Add under Address Reservation then you will be brought up to a new window. f. On the Address Reservation window, please select the radio button of the computer you wish to add. g. If the computer you want is not on the list; click the Refresh button to update the table. h. If the computer is still not on the Address Reservation Table; please enter the IP Address, MAC Address, and Device Name of the computer you wish to add. i. Please click on the Add button when finished.
2. On the Set Up page of the router, select on Port Forwarding/Port Triggering under Advanced tab. 3. Click Add Custom Service and type VPN on the Service Name box. 4. Set the Service Type to TCP/UDP and input the VPN port numbers under the Start and End Port field. 5. Type in the last digit of the IP address of your computer. Then, click the Apply button.
Example: The IP address of the computer trying to establish the VPN connection is 192.168.1.2.
Service Name Start Port End Port Server IP address VPN1 47 47 192.168.1.2 VPN2 50 51 192.168.1.2 VPN3 500 500 192.168.1.2 VPN4 1723 1723 192.168.1.2
You'll want to enable the VPN transparency. In the router's administrative web interface, click the Security Tab, then the VPN Passthrough sub-tab. Cisco VPN's usually use IPSEC, so enable the IPSEC Pass-through and click "Save Settings". If this doesn't work enable the PPTP Pass-through as well and give that a shot.
This is no small undertaking. You will first have to decide if you are going to use software or hardware vpn. Software vpn is free and only requires that you install it (the client) on whatever remote system you are using to connect to the 624. I can say that you want to have your internet connection point (DSL modem or Cable modem) set to "bridge" mode. This will pass through all traffic to the netgear directly. Some (like a speedstream 5200 DSL modem) allow this or they have a DMZ feature which will accomplish the same. Either way you want to ensure ALL ports and all traffic are getting to the netgear. Once that is done you simple create a string at both ends that match for your security phrase and an authentication that matches and you should be good. It's really a lot more than what could be provided here. (Several lengthy documents worth) but I can provide you with a useful link that will give you an a-z about VPN and has specific walkthroughs for Netgear users only.
Hope this helps a little.
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.