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  1. vorgusa

    vorgusa LI Guru Member

    I currently have a RV082 and was trying to connect to it at my school, so that I could use my printer at home... I used quick VPN to connect and it did not work.. it went to setting up Network then just froze... this just happens when I am at school so I have a feeling it has to do with the school network, since I have gotten it to work in another scenario. I was wondering if I got the RVL200 if I could get it to work with the SSL connection, since I would not think the school would block that.... is my thinking correct?
     
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    If you dont want to ask the network admins at the school then I would have to say, if you can log into your bank or other https sites, then yes you should be ok. However that is just an educated guess as i do not own or have not used an RVL200. However comming from an network and network security backround generally except in rare instances port 443 (SSL) is not usually blocked out or in.
     
  3. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    You may still run into an issue because in order to connect to the RVL200 via the web, you have to download (for lack of a better word) a "token" to authenticate you to the session; the token download is a part of the RVL200's SSL vpn structure (pretty slick :) ). Once this token downloads, then you're connected; this indicated by a "padlock" in the lower right hand corner of your task bar. If you're network does not allow downloads of this nature, then you'll be blocked from authenticating. If not, then like ifican mentioned, you should be okay...

    Jay
     

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