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CJFV-10 - Juniper ScreenOS Policy Based VPN

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Johan Sanchez (3 years ago)
Hi Steve. Thank you for sharing... please help me to do VPN site to client in Juniper SSG-140
Steve Puluka (3 years ago)
+Johan Sanchez Thanks for stopping by and your kind words. To configure the client to ScreenOS VPN you would use the instructions linked below. Juniper calls this Dynamic VPN. The client will need to support IPSEC connections. Shrew Soft is an open source Windows client that would work. http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB15272
Steve Puluka (5 years ago)
Yes, in a VPN the gateway ip address is your remote side public ip address. The local and remote public addresses are the tunnel endpoints for the connection. They are the "gateway" to the protected network.
Zulqadar Ahmad (5 years ago)
what would be the gateway IP address.is it the remote side Public IP address ?
SpencanProp (6 years ago)
another issue you might want to add is making sure the policy is ordered properly for the traffic to flow and not be denied by a previous policy before it gets to the vpn policy

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