I have successfully got QuickVPN working from Windows 7 64bit into my WRVS4400n. The router is sat behind another router/modem (Belkin) as the UK uses PPPoA and the WRVS4400n doesn't.
So I set up DMZ and changed the DHCP to always allocate 10.x.x.2 on the Belkin which is the WAN side for the WRVS4400n as it is the only thing attached.
I have now noticed, and I'm not sure whether it was the case before, that the DNS that the WRVS4400 is showing is the LAN address for the Belkin Modem/Router (10.x.x.1), not 192.x.x.1 for the WRVS4400n itself.
What would be the best way to resolve this? I assumed setting the Static DNS 1 on the WRVS4400n would do it, but it didn't?
When I connect into the network with QuickVPN, the computer names do not show even though I have selected the option in QuickVPN
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