The reason I ask about ping and remote management is to establish that inbound traffic is able to reach the router. If you cannot ping the router or manage it remotely then you likely cannot connect using QuickVPN either.
Go to Firewall-> Attack Checks and enable: Respond to Ping on WAN (Internet)
From the internet, try to ping the WAN IP of the router.
"remote management is enable and port 60443"
That is good and it is required for QuickVPN access. The question is, does it work? Can you reach the router from the internet if you type https://:60443 and log into the web interface?
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