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  1. #17
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    Jan 2012
    Location
    Spain
    Device
    PB64, Bold 9900
    OS
    2.1 beta
    Carrier
    Vodafone ES
    Posts
    175
    More than that grimreaper. On OS 2.0 I made the VPN profile and save and connected fine the first time. After a shutdown and reboot the profile had disappeared and even though I could re-enter the profile details it woud not save or save/connect. After upgrading to OS 2.1, without any input from me, the profile was there and worked first time!



  2. #18
    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    USA
    Device
    Z10
    OS
    10.0.10.684
    Carrier
    AT&T
    Posts
    2,544
    Quote Originally Posted by rafiki View Post
    More than that grimreaper. On OS 2.0 I made the VPN profile and save and connected fine the first time. After a shutdown and reboot the profile had disappeared and even though I could re-enter the profile details it woud not save or save/connect. After upgrading to OS 2.1, without any input from me, the profile was there and worked first time!
    It was most likely the OS reload that fixed it. It would be interesting to see if it happens again if you ever revert back to the previous OS.

  3. #19
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Device
    Bold 4
    Posts
    3
    StrongVpn is the best service I have heard of in the field. In one year's use I have never experienced any unscheduled downtime, and any maintenance is advertised by email many days in advance. Service is first rate, and support is 24/7 - though I have never needed it. I would recommend StrongVPN without hesitation, and have done so to many of my friends.
    Last edited by pattinson; 05-02-2013 at 08:45 AM.



  4. #20
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Device
    playbook
    Posts
    8
    Please use the following settings to setup the IPSEC VPN:

    • Go to Settings
    • Security



    Add New VPN Profile

    Now we need to actually setup the VPN using using the proper settings

    • Server Address: cnipsec.vpntraffic.com
      Gateway Type: Cisco Secure PIX Firewall VPN
      Authentication Type: XAUTH-PSK
      Group Username: ipsec
      Group Password: ipsec
      Hard Token: leave unchecked
      Username: Enter your VPN Username
    • Password: Your VPN Password


    Click save and connect You should now be connected to the blackberry playbook vpn.
    Last edited by ttsaon; 07-29-2013 at 03:33 AM.

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