OK, here we go, problems with VPN just like everyone else I'll explain the WHOLE THING to you first. Site A HAD Cox Cable Dynamic IP (but it NEVER changed) Site B has a static IP address. Site A has BEFSX41 w/ 1.50.18 firmware. Site B has WRV54G w/ 2.37 firmware. Site A initiates the VPN to Site B, Site B being the one needing to accept the connection. This configuration worked fine. Set up for specifying Remote Subnet and Remote Gateway IPs with default settings for everything else (DES, MD5, PFS enable, 3600s life) Site A has moved to DSL. I couldn't get it to work, so we are now paying for a static IP with Centurytel DSL. Centurytel's Static IP settings are supposed to be as follows they say: IP 184.108.40.206 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.255 Gateway 220.127.116.11 And NO, that is NOT a typo. Wierd huh? So I told them my BEFSX41 won't do that, and they said essentially said sorry, nothing we can do. I unplugged the router and hooked directly to the DSL modem (Netopia) so the PC gets a 192.168.1.x FROM the modem, and the modem has the external address. Centurytel claims this setup works fine for all their other customers using VPN and it is just something I have set up wrong. At this point, I have tried setting up QuickVPN, but it wants me to change the IP settings on the WRV54G end to a 10.x.x.1, and i can't do that with the UNIX server that is set up there as it is pre-configured and we do not have access to any settings. So I downloaded Greenbow, and am still having no success after following the Greenbow setup guides that are stickied. Any advice, i think I gave you all the information i could think of.