The WRV54G has 2.39.2 firmware. QuickVPN is 1.1.0. I'm trying to establish a VPN connection from my computer to the router. The router is in an office a few miles away and I have remote web admin access to it. I'm using a broadband cable connection. I followed Toxic's post (7-14-2006) on how to set this up. According to this: In the SETUP page of the router: Internet Connection Type: Automatic Configuration - DHCP (I can't do this because the office has been assigned a static IP from the ISP) MTU: Auto (done) Time Setting: (set for local time zone) The internal DHCP server in the router has been disabled. IN the SECURITY->VPN Page: IPSec: Enabled PPTP: Enabled L2TP: Disabled Toxic's post said to disable the remaining settings on this page, which I've done. I'm letting QuckVPN take care of the IPSec policy. In the ACCESS RESTRICTIONS Page: Using a simple username/password combination In the APPS & GAMING page: No port forwarding is being used The post says to enable HTTPS. I cannot find this anywhere in the WRV54G router or any mention of it in the user manual. SNMP and UPNP are disabled. On my machine, IPSec service is started. I do not have any other VPN clients on my machine that I'm aware of... nothing that I specifically loaded. I have disabled my firewall. NOW... When I run QuickVPN, it (1) tells me it's connecting, (2) gives me a warning that the Server's certificate doesn't exist on my computer [I click 'no' to quit connection], (3) very quickly tells me it's provisioning, (4) then activating policy, and finally (5) that I'm connected. On the router, I see under Status->VPN Clients that I'm connected. However, under Security->VPN, it indicates that the status of the VPN is "down." After about five minutes, I will get a message on my computer that the gateway is not responding, although QuickVPN still indicates I'm connected and Status->VPN Clients on the router still indicates I'm connected. The objective of this setup is so that the people in the office (who travel frequently and also work from home) can connect to the office network and move/copy files from their respective office computers to their laptops. This "seems" to be a very straight forward thing to do, but it's driving me nuts. Any help is greatly appreciated.