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***Announcement: Early next week, we’ll be merging the current Fios and Wireless Communities into the all new Verizon Community! Beginning the evening of Sunday 12/4, both Communities will be placed in read-only mode. You’ll still be able to visit the Communities and browse content, but login will be disabled. On the afternoon of Monday 12/5, all users will be able to log into the new Verizon Community. We expect the new Community to be fully functional the morning of Friday 12/9. Additional details can be found in the Announcements board and under Featured Topics!
I think Verizon is blocking Port 135 Dell laptop, Verizon USB modem and Sonicwall GVC for VPN to business Windows domain network. It connects the VPN but will not dish out DHCP or browse net. All other remote wireless connections will from other ISPs. I can map drives etc. However with the Verizon Wireless connection when attempting to map a drive on the laptop using the mobile broadband I get the error message "The network location cannot be reached." almost as if I never was within reach of the server. Can anyone confirm my suspicion on Verizon blocking RPC ports?