Like many on here I am having a few problems setting up a QuickVPN connection into a WRV54G and would love a sanity check from any of you Linksys gurus; apologies in advance for verbosity. First here's the setup: Home Office (192.168.1.x) - WinXP machine (no software firewall) with QuickVPN 1.0.47 connecting wirelessly through WRT54GX (firewall enabled, IPSEC, PPTP & L2TP passthroughs enabled, WAN ping enabled, static WAN IP). connecting to... Remote Office (192.168.0.x) - Win2003 Server, WinXP machines (no software firewalls) cabled through switch to WRV54G (v2.39.2, firewall enabled, IPSEC, PPTP & L2TP passthroughs enabled, no tunnels setup, WAN ping enabled, static WAN IP) bridged to an ADSL2MUE. The good news is QuickVPN says it is connected. This is a major breakthrough, the furthest I have got in 2 years of pathetic attempts with every firmware revision, to get my bosses to agree to tele-commuting! When I try and ping anything on the remote subnet I get "Negotiating IP Security". I saw in this excellent post http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showpost.php?p=288941&postcount=4 how to turn on Oakley logging. So... it seems to be failing to make any agreed key exchange. I haven't got the log to hand of course because it is at my home office right now. I can post it if that would help. Has anyone managed to get any similar setup to connect correctly? What settings have I got completely wrong, or what crucial setting have I missed? Any help greatly appreciated. EDIT: Am I better off dumping QVPN and trying something like SSL-Explorer http://3sp.com/showSslExplorerCommunity.do to get in? Has anyone done this *easily*?