For getting connected to the VPN router, you need to connect to your ISP. From your VPN client on the desktop you...
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should open a VPN tunnel. On the router or on the authentication server your username/password should be there. That is all that is needed for the connection. VPN router should have IPSEC and ISAKMP configured properly for VPN tunnels.
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