Static site to site VPN in Juniper SRX and SSG
Configuring SSG 140 as a Firewall+VPN | PacketForum 4. Search this forum for VPN access. I use the SSL VPN so cannot help here. There’s also an article at the top of this page. 5. I’d put the mail server in the DMZ. 6. Routing is already enabled on the SSG - trust is NAT mode, untrust is route by default. If you mean dynamic routing I’d say no - your setup doesn’t seem to need it. Read What are the best practices in configuring Juniper SSG140 Yes. You really need VPN for administrative access. Juniper has a client which is very cheap to license but not really a very good client. You can also open PPTP and set that up on one of your servers in RRAS. Best would be a simple dedicated VPN box. I like the little Sonicwall SSL VPN 200 for a very cheap and easy VPN solution ( < $500).
Using an SSG 140, is it possible to allow VPN users to connect but only access a few specific IPs in the subnet? in policy action you configure tunnel , you can add addresses for source and destination You are correct that once you grant access to a server login to the remote user they get all the access that this server has available.
SRX & J Series Site-to-Site VPN - Juniper Networks
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Juniper Firewall and VPN Training Series (Preview) - YouTube May 23, 2013 Configuring a Lan-to-Lan VPN with SSG5 - Juniper Networks Basic Steps to Configure Note that both Corporate and Remote sites have similar configuration. A policy based VPN would be used on the SSG5 to direct remote site traffic through the VPN. 1. Configure IP addresses for interfaces ethernet0/1 and ethernet0/2. Bind the interfaces to the “Trust” and “Untrust” zones respectively. Dial-Up VPN/Remote-Access VPN on Juniper Firewall/Shrew