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Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 6:35 PM

How to Bridge PACE 5031 NV to 3rd Party Router?

People say it's a lot like the 2Wire 3600, but the menus don't look the same to me.

I Happily follow instructions with screenshots.

My local tech geek is not able to handle this for some reason... Help?

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8 years ago

Hello all.  hopefully someone reads this and can offer some assistance.  I have put Cisco routers behind ATT modems without problems before.  Normally the sites have a block of static ip's and we simply assign one static ip to our equipments router without issue.  We utilize a simple PPTP VPN connection to a Cisco RV130 located behind the ISP modem.

 

Recently I have had issues of getting PPTP access to the RV130 when located behind the 5031NV.  All the sites that have this modem are also running a single static IP address.  After reading the first post here I tried the DMZ plus feature and made the firewall tweaks.  The RV130 does have internet access and it is showing that it's running the static IP provided by ATT.  I can even reach the routers remote access page.  The probem is it will not allow the PPTP connection to the RV130.

 

Does anyone know of a issue with PPTP connecitons through the 5031NV when in DMZ mode?  This probem sucks as I have many hours invested for something simple.

 

I have checked the firewall log and it is showing a issue each time a remote connection is made.

 

I'm open to anything at this point.  Thanks in advance for any info provided.

 

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8 years ago

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