I have a bordermanager 3.7 setup and generally speaking, there is no problem accessing the bordermanager server and additional servers in
the
tree and contexts associated with that bordermanager server from
virtually any location. I do have 1 problem where I can't login to
the
bordermanager server though and that is at a location where I think it
is
trying to go through 2 routers. The router where serveral stations
are
connected through has to go through another router that belongs to
another company. There is no problem with regular internet browsing,
and
email, and there is no problem even with Authenticating to the
bordermanager server at the main office for our company, but after
that
point, it comes back with a message that the tree or server context
can't
be found and won't login. I know it is communicating because the vpn

status shows activity, and the first time that each station has
attempted
to do the connection, the bordermanager does come back and give that authentication code number.

The router that our stations is connected to is a Nexland Pro400,
which I
believe is now owned by Symantec. Not sure if it was Symantec when
this
router was obtained though, and I don't know if that would make any
difference anyway. As far as I can tell, all appropriate ports have
been
opened.

Would a different router such as Dlink or Lynksys make a difference
and
rectify this problem, or is there some setting that I am missing
either
on our router, or the other companies router which I have not had
access
to yet. I had a similar problem once when there was only a single
router
and the router was a Netgear model. When I changed over to a linksys,
I
had no further problems. This was a bit different as I said because
it
involved only 1 router and not 2.

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Ron