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# 107537 14-Aug-2012 10:44
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I'm considering switching to Snap.

I see that 7340 FritzBox has a VPN service, but all the configuration seems to be done using their configuration tool and I cannot find any details about the VPN server in the Fritzbox.

Does anyone know what protocol it uses?  PPTP? L2P? IPSec?

I ask because I need to be able to VPN back into my home network via my iPhone and iPad and I want to make sure that is possible.

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  # 672145 14-Aug-2012 10:53
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I too just started looking at this; haven't got much further than a brief glance at the vpn page on the Fritzbox, but I think it redirects to this page for details:

http://www.avm.de/de/Service/Service-Portale/Service-Portal/index.php?portal=VPNen

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  # 672180 14-Aug-2012 11:26
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I had to set IPSEC for my iPhone VPN connection to the Fritzbox. Setting up VPN is not as straightforward as it it on other boxes but it does work. I suggest that you google around for a known working script. The script produced by the Fritzbox tool just did not work for me at all.

Edit: Try this persons script - I cannot recall if this is the one I used but I will check later:
http://mariusvw.com/2011/06/22/how-to-configure-vpn-on-your-fritzbox-7340/

Cheers Mike

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