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comment Windows VPN always disconnects after < 3 minutes, only from my network
@Ian: No, the firewall is the DIR-655 itself. That's where the logs are (viewable via their web interface.)
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comment Windows VPN always disconnects after < 3 minutes, only from my network
This answer led me to the final resolution, which I documented separately. Thank you for your help!
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comment Windows VPN always disconnects after < 3 minutes, only from my network
@Warner: I understand your goal. However I already stated that I've changed ISPs (I'll add that I actually switched from DSL to Cable), so you're essentially asking me to isolate something I already have. As I said, I'm happy to try it anyway.
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comment Windows VPN always disconnects after < 3 minutes, only from my network
I'm not sure what that accomplishes? I've already shown that taking my LAN out of the equation makes the problem go away - and the closest I can come to a "direct" connection to the Internet is thru my cable modem. But, for kicks, I'll do it anyway.
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comment Windows VPN always disconnects after < 3 minutes, only from my network
I posted my routes as edits to the question.
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comment Windows VPN always disconnects after < 3 minutes, only from my network
I shut down (physically powered off) the DC. Actually I have two - they're both off. No change. I really was hoping that would make a difference...
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