How to Setup PureVPN on DrayTek Router

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Aug 25, 2016
Feb 14, 2019
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Things to Consider:

Before you begin, please make sure that:

  • You have a working internet connection
  • VPN Supported Router.
  • Own a premium PureVPN account (If you do not already own one, you can buy a subscription from here)

 

Instructions for Setting Up your PureVPN Account

1 From menu on the left, choose “VPN and Remote Access”

2 Select “LAN to LAN” in the submenu

3 Common settings

  • Enter your “Profile Name”
  • Choose “Enable this profile”
  • Call direction: Choose ‘Dial out’ and keep it on ‘Always on’

4 Dial-Out Settings

  • Choose ‘PPTP’
  • Enter your PureVPN ‘Username’ and ‘Password’
  • PPP Authentication: PAP/CHAP/MS-CHAP/MS-CHAPv2
  • VJ Compression: Off

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5 TCP/IP Network Settings

  • Choose ‘Change default route to this VPN tunnel (Only single WAN support)’
  • Lastly, Select ‘OK’ to complete the process!

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Comments (6 )

6 Comments

  1. Rob says:

    In order to get my 2860 to work I had to do just a few additions to the above:
    1, Go into WAN -> General Setup and disable all the WANS except the one dialing out.
    2, In the LAN-LAN VPN setup you also need to set ROUTE to NAT.

  2. Joe Bridgehouse says:

    Setup as per instructions and set the computer to connect to vleu-am1.pointtoserver.com and everythings OK

  3. PureVPN Team says:

    Hi,

    We are sorry for the inconvenience. Can you kindly join us on 24/7 live chat so we may look into the issue in better way and assist you accordingly.

  4. Jill Jackson says:

    I have tried to set up a draytek 2830 modem router but, like the below comment, although it shows a valid connection on the lan to lan vpn page of the router I cant load any pages. The occasional google search result page but nothing heavier than that. Any thoughts?

  5. Lee Gathercole says:

    Tried this configuration and whilst it looks like there is a VPN connection established, as soon as I try and route any traffic over the VPN nothing happens. Not sure if it’s a DNS issue or a IP config issue, but I have exactly the same config as the screenshots above.

    I have a Virgin Media Hub in Modem Mode, if that helps?

    Thanks