I can't connect to my work's VPN with the Wifi Hub. I've read that other people had similar problems. Can you please advise on how to either change settings on the router to allow VPN or send a router that does support VPN as this has disrupted my work significantly in the past week. thanks
I'm sorry to hear this. VPN should work on the wifi hub. Does this affect both wired and wireless? Which VPN client are you using? What happens when you try to connect?
I now tested connecting with a wired connection and that works fine, however wireless does not. I am using cisco AnytimeConnect and the error message I get when I try to connect on wifi is:
The service provider in your current location is restricting access to the Internet. You need to log on with the service provider before you can establish a VPN session. You can try this by visiting any website with your browser.
The wired connection is OK for a temporary workaround but I would prefer to also connect through wifi as I would either have to work in the living room (where the router is) or have ugly cables through my flat to my office.
Many thanks in advance!
This is a strange issue. What device are you connecting from, eg. Windows laptop etc?
If you separate the wifi frequencies, so change the name to the 5Ghz band, do you get the same issue on both 2Ghz and 5Ghz?
@OCE_Karl forgive me interfering, i wonder if the channel for 5ghz is either set to a high number, or auto and still choosing a channel the laptop doesn't like?
Try 40 manual might help?