Be forwarned - I'm not a supertech when it comes to routers and router language.
We have had our router and remote computers set up with Quick VPN for over a year. We've had our share of problems but have worked around them.
Now, out of the blue, no one can connect to the VPN. I went in to try to do some 'troubleshooting' and the ONLY thing that allows our VPN connection to go through is to completely disable the RV016 firewall. We have too many remote users to actually start and stop the firewall everytime someone needs the VPN connection.
Does anyone have a similar problem and can offer advice in a clear and easy to understand manner?
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