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Mon, Feb 19, 2018 10:33 PM

set up VPN on router

How do I set up ExpressVPN on my Pace PlcModel 5268A router 

 

ExpressVPN says router needs to support  PPTP, L2TP/IPSec or OpenVPN protocol

 

The router software says it supports these applications:

Application List

L2TP

IPSEC ESP

IPSEC IKE

PPTP Server

 

Has anyone succeeded installing the app and using VPN through the router?

 

Thanks

Roy

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2 years ago

Good afternoon @scrubby!


Great question and thank you so much for reaching out! We understand you’d like to set up ExpressVPN on your Pace router. We’re here to help!


Please check out this article here. This will explain how to set up the VPN on your router.


Let us know if this works for you! Have a wonderful weekend!


Beth, AT&T Community Specialist

*I am an AT&T employee, and the postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent AT&T's position, strategies or opinions.

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4 months ago

DMZ is an easy but dangerous tool. It basically forwards all TCP/UDP ports to the appointed IP address' device. Make sure you properly secure the pointed-to device since it's "naked" in the  internet without any NAT / firewall protection by AT&T router.

Instead, figure out which VPN service you need to use. For example, if you want to have L2TP/IPSec pass through, typically you need to forward UDP port "1701, 500 or 4500". If you want to use PPTP, forward TCP "1723". If you want to use OpenVPN, forward UDP "1194". These are the default ports of the VPN above use; of course you can change the port to whatever you want for security purpose, and make sure you change the VPN server side and VPN client side software too.

Hope it helps!