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  Topic : [Problem]Unable to Connect to VPN Server New Topic
Wing
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Posted:4/21/2012 6:10:00 AM # 1
I'm unable to connect to the VPN server on the N66U. I'm using Win7 at work and created a VPN connection pointing to the router.

I have tried all the options in the VPN Server config page. I currently have broadcast support disabled and Authentication set to Auto. (Client is using CHAP V2). Encryption is set to MPPE-128. DNS and WINS are blank. I have a couple users created as well.

When I'm connecting It just stays at "Verifying username and password...", then fails with an Error 619.

I was on version 108, now on 112 and same issue.
In the router system log this is what I get: 

Apr 20 14:07:53 pptpd[1177]: CTRL: Client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx control connection started
Apr 20 14:07:53 pptpd[1177]: CTRL: Starting call (launching pppd, opening GRE)
Apr 20 14:07:53 pptp[1178]: Plugin pptp.so loaded.
Apr 20 14:07:53 pptp[1178]: PPTP plugin version 0.8.5 compiled for pppd-2.4.5, linux-2.6.22.19
Apr 20 14:07:53 pptp[1178]: pppd 2.4.5 started by admin, uid 0
Apr 20 14:07:53 pptp[1178]: Using interface ppp10
Apr 20 14:07:53 pptp[1178]: Connect: ppp10 <--> pptp (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptp[1178]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptp[1178]: Connection terminated.
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptp[1178]: Modem hangup
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptp[1178]: Exit.
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptpd[1177]: CTRL: Client pppd TERM sending
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptpd[1177]: CTRL: Client pppd finish wait
Apr 20 14:08:23 pptpd[1177]: CTRL: Client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxxcontrol connection finished

I'm hoping someone can help me out.

Thanks

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RMerlin
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Posted:4/21/2012 10:41:00 AM # 2
Are you trying to connect from inside your local network? If yes, then it probably won't work - you have to be outside of your local network.

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Posted:4/22/2012 7:17:00 AM # 3
Unfortunately, this is most likely a problem with your Windows 7 install.
It seems many have the same problem.
A quick search on Microsoft KB reveals some interesting stuff.
Most likely, you have a firewall/antivirus solution blocking the connection to the VPN server.
Or
You should specify the type of VPN as PPTP in Windows by going to the VPN adapter settings, in Security TAB.

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Kurt
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Posted:4/27/2017 2:47:00 AM # 4
I beat this into the ground using the built in client in Windows 7.  Instead, I enabled OpenVPN on my Asus router.  They provide nice help.  The client is free from ...>
>I also enabled 'direct clients to redirect internet traffic' so the gateway IP would be used.  It was needed in my case due to IP Whitelisting for site we use.
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Get Client:

https://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/downloads.html

 

Help:

https://www.asus.com/support/Knowledge-Detail/11/2/RTAC68U/1A935B95-C237-4281-AE86-C824737D11F9/



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