Q1. How common is VPN Error 789 in Australia?
A1. Almost all the VPN users in Australia experience VPN error 789 and frankly speaking there is nothing to be worried about because it is one of the most common VPN errors in Australia.
Q2. I am not a tech-savvy person. What should be my immediate response?
A2. If you ever get Error 789 in Australia on your system, always make sure to restart the VPN. Restarting the VPN would make it work most of the time.
Q3. I tried doing that but had no luck. What now?
A3. If the error doesn’t go away, you should try the following steps.
How to Fix VPN Connection Error 789 in Australia
The following solution is for Windows 7 and Windows Vista users only.
- Click on the Startup menu, located on the left bottom of your screen and type “services.msc” in the Search Box. When “Services” appear, right-click on it and select “Run as Administrator”
- Now find “IKE and AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules” and “IPsec Policy Agent”
- Check the status, right-click to “restart” if it states “started”
- If the “started” option is disabled, enable it
- Now right click and scroll down and click on Properties
- Select the “Startup type” and change it to “Automatic” and save
- Restart your VPN and it should work smoothly now
Q4. What causes the VPN Connection Error 789 in Australia in the first place?
A4. If you are ever prompted with L2TP Error 789 in Australia, it might be due to the fact that your system is not perfectly set up to get connected to an L2TP server. The connection attempt fails even before a connection is established with the server. VPN Error 789 in Australia is linked with the incorrect configuration of the user’s operating system.
Q5. What should I do if Error 789 in Australia remains unsolved?
A5. In case error 789 in Australia still exists, we advise you to contact your VPN service provider at the earliest. Most of the VPN providers assist their users 24/7; you can contact them via Live Chat or Ticket system.