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    Running second router with DG934G

    This is a discussion on Running second router with DG934G within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I need to set up VPN for a client so he can connect to work. Unfortunately(!), he's signed up with ...

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      Running second router with DG934G

      I need to set up VPN for a client so he can connect to work. Unfortunately(!), he's signed up with Sky so I can't change the modem/router. His DG934G will not do VPN but the Netgear FWG114P (no ADSL modem) that I have for him will.

      Anyone any experience of daisy-chaining two routers?


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      Re: Running second router with DG934G

      Who says the netgear doesn't do VPN?

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      Re: Running second router with DG934G

      You may be able to configure it to forward VPN traffic but, unless I completely missed something in the configuration menu, you cannot configure it to be a VPN terminal. I would prefer to use a VPN router, like the FWG114P, rather than install a VPN client on the user's laptop.

     

     

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