I have been trying to setup a PPTP VPN with the Cisco RV215w router and have discovered that CISCO won't permit a 192.168.1.x network when a PPTP VPN is setup. I am well aware that I can't have an identical subnet at the other end, and have made accommodations for that. The copy machine people have installed some equipment and I don't have access to those machines to change the subnet on them. Hopefully there is a work around for this!
Hello, This article will describe how to configure PPTP VPN on the new
RV340/345 routers from the Small Business series. RV340/345
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