I have set up my RVS4000. I can ping it from anywhere on the internet, and can even connect to the VPN, using the static outside IP address I assigned it. My problem is that connecting to the VPN does nothing for me. I don't get assigned a new IP address or see anything new in the output of IPCONFIG. I cannot ping the stuff behind the RVS4000 either. The stuff behind the RVS4000 lives on the 192.168.2.0 subnet, and I have been testing with a computer connected on another network's 192.168.15.0 subnet. I have tried various things in the "VPN" section of the RVS4000 setup page. In particular, I have tried putting my 192.168.15.0 subnet in the "Remote Security Group" fields, and have also tried leaving those fields blank. I have fooled with the "Advanced Settings" as well, e.g. using the "Name" option that was suggested by a warning message. Nothing helps. It occured to me that there might be a NIC driver I need to install. Then I would have some sort of simulated NIC to use for my VPN work. Is that the case? If so, where is the driver?