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VPN Tunneling Problem (I Think!)

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I recently moved over to a Netgear DGFV338, after using Draytek Vigor kit previously.

I have tried to setup the VPN system, and have got the client telling me it is connecting with the Netgear VPN endpoint.

My problem is that I am used to seeing the Draytek issue a 'local' IP to the client (e.g, but the Netgear endpoint does not seem to do this. Consequently when I try to see computers on the local network via the client connected machine I don't seem to be a ble to see them.

The Draytek used the simple Windows VPN 'Connect to' System, the Netgera uses a dedicated client software and I think Ipsec security.

I guess I have made a simple error in the setup, but can't for the life in me see what it is.

Can anyone help?

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