If I'm reading your debug correctly, you're offering 3DES and 3DES/SHA1. You should be using the AES family anyway. DES, 3DES, and MD5 are deprecated.
If it is a ipsec configuration, I wonder if you have any example to do that for L2TP? Because most ipsec configuration would need the local IP address of the destination which obviously the VPN company won't provide.Like jaytcsd mentioned, it is the pre shared key, on your ipsec configuration
For other router, L2TP client should come with a text field called "Secret"...just like the iphone. However, RouterOS just doesn't have it.Did you try adding it under IP / IPsec / Peer?
I know that's where it's used as an L2TP server.
The VPN server is a paid service, so I don't own the VPN server. Something like this http://strongvpn.com/Did you set up a route in the VPN server to your localnet ips in that VPN client?
Just FYI, http://www.speedtest.com.hk/en/index.htm still doesn't work with SIP disabled.http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=56265
I think you can do it via the web interface too.
Hi, I wonder what is the exact command to disable sip ALG? Thanks.Just to update... The problem went away, I think it was fixed by disabling the sip ALG. If we get a chance we'll try enabling the ALG again to be sure. Ran out of time last night..