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Forward port for VPN

Hello All,

I have a Cisco WRVS4400N Wireless-N Gigabit Security Router - VPN V2.0 and I have successfully setup the VPN. I have a client on a windows 7 machine on a 192.168.1 subnet. I have the server network on a 10.10.10 subnet. The machine that I want to connect to is running windows xp. Using this router you have to use the QuickVPN client. I have discovered that with no ports forwarded and firewalls up, I am unable to access any shares on the xp machine, but I am able to ping it. I found that if I disable the router's firewall and the xp's firewall, I was able to view the shares. I found that the client was using port 60443. I forwarded 60443 with UDP in the router. I was able to keep the router's firewall up and have the xp's firewall down and I could still see the shares. So I have taken care of the router. Now moving onto the xp machine. I have tried forwarding as well 60443 with UDP and 443 with UDP (was the other port option on the client, but I don't use it) and still I don't see the shares, but still able to ping.

So what port do I need to forward?

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