I have been looking at this site (and a few others) for a week or so now while I have been trying to get my QuickVPN configuration to work. I haven't been having much luck, though. I have tried to read relevant posts from this forum, but although I think I have followed the directions there and in the QuickVPN checklist, things aren't working. First, the picture: (my WinXP boxes) -> WRV54G -> DSL modem -> [internet] <- DSL modem <- WRT54G <- my laptop (for testing) The router: I have firmware 2.37; I have MTU set to auto (I tried manual at 1450 and 1350, and they didn't seem to work); I have 4 accounts created in the QuickVPN section; the router subnet is 192.168.100.1 ; IPSec and PPTP passthrough enabled; remote administration enabled. I do have DHCP enabled; I could turn it off if that makes the difference. I downloaded 2.37 from linksys.com last week -- if 2.38 from this site makes a difference, I will try that today. I didn't see it on linksys.com, so didn't realize it was available until reading an article here. Oh, I have a static IP from my ISP, and I don't have any ports forwarded. Firewall is on, but I did try it with firewall off once. on the client (test laptop, same as what clients will be using): I don't have any firewall turned on, I don't have any other VPN software (that I know of!), ipsec is running (and I upgraded it from the SP2 tools). I tried putting the laptop in the DMV on the WRT54G, but that didn't seem to make a difference. [I have also tried using my laptop from a local hotspot -- same response.] In both cases, the IP is 192.168.1. subnet. I also have netscape windows up, to check my router configs or this forum or other places. At this point, I get various messages, then the "verifying network" box for 1-2 minutes, then it says it's going to disconnect, try later. I have two (sets of) questions: 1) Have people gotten QuickVPN working behind Linksys WRT54G routers to WRV54G? Is this going to only work with QuickVPN, or could I try other VPN software as well? 2) "What am I doing wrong?" it's not a good question, but I am not sure what to ask about. Hm, one area, though -- am I not supposed to have any other network connections open? If so, how do I close them all down? Thanks for any things to try at all. Oh, that includes other ways to test -- like if people have gotten this working at Starbucks, I can go there. Any definite way to find out if it is a client or server config problem would be appreciated, then I can start on the side that isn't work.