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VPN connection through Virtual PC problem

VPN connection through Virtual PC problem

VPN connection through Virtual PC problem

Here's how it goes...Yesterday I purchased a VPN connection(you know, for stealth browsing blah blah...).I managed to connect to Internet(with my new Turkish IP).Then I decided to create a Virtual PC and connect to the VPN through it.That's where the problem came out.When trying to connect I get stuck to the 'Verifying username and password...' message and after that I get a 721 error.I searched a lot and found out something about GRE Protocol(or IP 47 not sure) which in my case is probably disabled.The problem is I cant find anywhere how to enable it.Can I do it through Windows or router?(I have a NetFaster IAD).Thanks...

RE: VPN connection through Virtual PC problem

You can try with some Cisco router. I know that Wii console or Xbox could work on that way.

Super VPN

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