It took me a few hours, but I was finally able to connect to my home network through a PPTP tunnel. I could not get the QuickVPN solution to work because I had the same problem as many others (my router would not respond to the pings) but I did like how it used a client certificate for auth.
I would prefer to use something more secure than PPTP, but the RV110W docs are a little vague whether other protocols are supported for remote access.
The router's "Basic VPN Setup" is obviously for site-to-site connections since it mentions local and remote LANS. Can the Advanced Setup tab be used to configure an OpenVPN, L2TP or other protocol for remote computer access, or is this only for site-to-site connections?
Is there some documentation or examples which describe the steps necessary to accomplish this?
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