What do the logs on the SA520 after you attempt to connect using the QuickVPN? Also, located in the QuickVPN folder, there is log.txt file that should have some information that would show what the problem is.
It appears that the QuickVPN is not able to find the SA520, or the SA520 is not responding. Check and make sure remote management is enabled on the SA520. Also the logs should be under Status > View Logs > IPSec VPN Logs.
Make sure that the Windows Firewall is enabled in Windows 7 and Vista. Are you able to ping the WAN IP address of the router from the client PC before you attempt to connect? In the router, go to Firewall-> Attacks and uncheck Block Ping to WAN interface before you attempt to ping. Also, make sure that Remote Management is enabled on port 443.
Windows firewall is on W7 computers. I cant get answer with ping by default it is not answering but i changed that option and port is 443. I tested QuickVpn at the local network and connection goes right but it didnt connected finally because those same ip-range. I have contacted ISP because i thought that they have blocked something but their answer was nothing have been changed. I have reseted router to default and then uploaded configuration and before that i done FW upgrade.
Maybe there is something wrong about that config file, i done that after these problems maybe i should reset router to default and make all the configuration from the start?
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