Lately I've been using QuickVPN to work remotely, on occasion I've been unable to connect so I've been using SSL VPN to get into the LAN side, then log-in as the admin and reboot the SA540. After the reboot, QuickVPN typically works as it should. I few days ago I decided to enable WAN log-in for the admin account so I could simply log-in and reboot when I have a QuickVPN connection issue. (bypassing the SSL log-in)
My problem is as of this morning, I can no longer connect via QuickVPN and when I attempt to log-in using the SSL account or the admin account the SA540 tells me the session in "in use". I then click "continue" to close the other session but the SA540 come back saying invalid username / password for both accounts.
Few other things to add:
I always connect to the device using HTTPS
The SSL user account has a 7 digit all letters username & a 16 digit password which includes numbers, letters and special characters
The admin account has a 14 digit username which numbers, letters and special characters & a 15 digit password which includes numbers, letters and special characters
I'm starting to think moving away from a RV082 was the worst decision I've made in a very long time. WTF?
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