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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-04-2014, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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I have some question about seting up VPN on my D-LINK GO-RT-AC750 router.
I would like to create VPN on it, so I can connect via VPN with my iPhone.

I did that one time before, but I was using ASUS router, and for dlink I don't know how exactly I can make this.
So I need to make some setting on router, so I can connect via VPN with my iPhone.

Any suggestion or ideas how to make that, and what setting I need to change/set on my dlink router?
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The task might be a little bit easier if you paid a little more attention to details. Oh yeah! It might help if you had your brain-link router checked out also. It seems to be a little lacking in some areas.

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Simon, at the top of the home page, in the center, it reads "Router and woodworking discussion community"

Woodworking stuff talked about here. But there are some pretty knowledgeable folks that work in the computer related fields also.

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Hey it's been a while

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I have moved this post to the lobby.

Please keep in mind, that not everyone outside of the US of A has a good grasp of the language. Heck some of us Aussies still cannot speak 'merican......LOL

The Op was from Eastern Europe.....

If the OP was from Dallas, I could understand........VBG.

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I have moved this post to the lobby.

Please keep in mind, that not everyone outside of the US of A has a good grasp of the language. Heck some of us Aussies still cannot speak 'merican......LOL

The Op was from Eastern Europe.....

If the OP was from Dallas, I could understand........VBG.
Actually I never thought about that . My bad

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Ok ,I never insulate
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Simon.

Sorry that you have received such a rude and insensitive reply to your post. You are looking for some help with a computer router issue and this group works with routers which are part of our woodworking hobby. They are power tools we use to build fancy furniture etc. Good luck with your router and linking to your iphone.
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Sorry for the rude greeting. This is a friendly woodworking group focused on mechanical wood routers. Hope you work out the technical problem.
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