Belkin Knowledge Base Article ID: 1388

INFO: Setting up a VPN connection behind a router

 The information in this article applies to the following products:
  • 4-Port Cable/DSL Gateway Router (F5D5230-4)
  • Cable/DSL Gateway Router (F5D5231-4)
  • Wireless Cable/DSL Gateway Router (11Mbps) (F5D6230-3)
  • 802.11b Wireless Cable/DSL Gateway Router (F5D6231-4)
  • 802.11g Wireless DSL/Cable Gateway Router (F5D7230-4)

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    Belkin routers support one IPSEC (Internet Protocol Security) tunnel. No configuration is required on the router, provided your VPN server is compatible with Network Address Translation (NAT).

    There are several configurable options on a VPN server. The common options in respect to NAT are, connect via NAT Transparency, use NAT-Traversal and allow NAT connections.

    Note: These options may differ depending on the manufacture of the VPN server. There are no configurable options you can manipulate on the router to establish a connection. Your administrator ultimately has the ability to allow or deny any user they see fit. Consult your network administrator for further assistance.

  • 2807 How does VPN work?
  • 2808 What is IPsec?
  • 2809 What secure protocols does IPSec support?
  • 2810 Will VPN clients using AH work with a router?
  • 2811 Will VPN clients using ESP work with a router?

  • Last Updated: 6/26/2003 10:42:33 AM

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