I have a BEFSX41 for my network. I'm running 5 PC's and one Mac. My configuration is: Cable HSI --> BEFCMU10 Ethernet connected --> BEFSX41 --> EZXS16W --> WRT54G, 5 PC's, 1 Mac, PSUS4, PAP2, and NSLU2. Also connected to the BEFSX41 directly is a Motorola Vonage Phone adapter. The WRT54G serves my PDA's and occasional laptop roaming, nothing consistently wireless though. BEFSX41 is my DHCP server and the WRT54G has DHCP disabled. I have static IPâ€™s for WRT54G, PSUS4, and NSLU2, dynamic for the rest. My IP Address is dynamic, though I have a DynDNS.org address configured and updated automatically through the BEFSX41. In going through all the threads on a search for the BEFSX41 I have gathered that I need to follow the "Greenbow" Setup guide to allow my Laptop to VPN connect to the network. Here are my needs: a. Connect to my network for file/printer sharing from remote. b. Encrypted Internet connection while at a public hotspot or hotel through my 15MB/2MB cable connection. c. Access to Remote Desktop Connection with at least one of my WinXP Pro computers. d. A maximum of two remote connections at once. I'm just not really clear on this though: 1. I saw somewhere that the Vonage phone adapter *might* cause an issue with the VPN connection. Is this true? If so, how can I reconfigure my network to minimize issues? I currently have two adapters, one Linksys and one Motorola. 2. When at a public hotspot and I open the VPN connection with Greenbow on my WinXP Home Laptop, am I able to open a Remote Desktop Connection with one of my XP Pro computers and surf the web through that connection? 3. Is Greenbow my only option or just my best? I want the best while spending the least. 4. Will Greenbow clash with my Cisco VPN client (4.0.2) on my work laptop? Or can I use the Cisco VPN client on my BEFSX41? Since I have access to the Cisco VPN software can I use it instead on both my laptops? 5. Is there anything different I need to know that isnâ€™t listed in this thread already to configure Greenbow? The only VPN Clients I currently have is the one built into WinXP and Cisco 4.0.2. I can get what is needed though. Thanks in advance.