On Fri, 14 Sep 2007 at 4:27 PM, Monxoo
Thahnks for your post. I have a problem. I esatblished a dial-up VPN as you showed here. VPN connects OK but i can't ping the hosts in LAN. Cannot communicate. Any idea?
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On Fri, 14 Sep 2007 at 7:21 PM, Michael Dale
Make sure your VPN policies are before the standard ANY-ANY rule.
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On Tue, 12 Feb 2008 at 5:28 AM, Adi
Extremely helpful tutorial. However I came into a problem: after the connection, the IP address from my laptop (the remote client) is inside the company's LAN = my laptop is not seen inside company's LAN with an IP address within the LAN subnet. Because of that I do not have access to servers, for example, that are in other subnet, behind another firewall... Is there anything I can do to receive a LAN IP address when the connection is completed?
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On Wed, 13 Feb 2008 at 5:03 PM, Michael Dale
Yes it is possible but I haven't done it myself. If I do I'll write a tutorial for it.
The easiest way to get it working is to make sure the laptop is on a different subnet. For most company LANs I try and use a fairly unique IP range such as 172.25.25.x.
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On Fri, 22 Feb 2008 at 3:25 AM, Jaska wrote
I haven't had this problem with my netscreen. Although when I setup a VPN netscreen remote client, icmp goes fine(lan and outside) and i can see all my computers lan. but web traffic is not working over vpn. i dont know what is problem. i think that is something with route... i allmost try everything but is not working... maybe somebody can help me :)
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On Thu, 06 Mar 2008 at 9:11 AM, Jason Ellison
In response to Adi's comment:
I recently had a situation where roadwarriors needed to communicate with routers and systems beyond our administrative scope. I used the information listed here... but under your VPN policy goto advanced and you can use source NAT (SNAT) to make the connections appear to come from the local interface of the NetScreen. I would not advise this for more than a few users doing light tcp/udp work. My situation was this: 5 remote users need telnet access to an internal rehat server (large car dealership). The other locations have networks that were large enough for us to have coporate add routes back.
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On Fri, 14 Mar 2008 at 6:15 AM, Adi wrote
Thank you Jason,
I made the configuration as you explained and indeed the packets coming from a connected client were seen inside the Lan with the IP address of the internal interface of the firewall so it was a step forward.
However, I realized that this was not the solution I needed; any client that gets into the LAN via de VPN will have the same IP address and I also have to make new sets of policies that will allow access from this ip (firewall's internal IP) to the resources that need to be accessed.
1. I do not have traceability (I do not know which client connected, with which IP address - knowing this would help a lot in identifying possible problems not only attacks)
2. I do not want to make all resources available to all clients coming through the VPN.
To achieve that I would need a way of assigning specific, LAN, reserved IP addresses to incoming clients so that each IP address would be an identifier of the client.
Or maybe there is another way to have the same result and I am not aware of it.
Any idea would be much appreciated as usual.
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On Fri, 04 Apr 2008 at 5:08 AM, Joe VOirol wrote
This is set up with a static IP address in the netscreen. What changes do you need to make to get it to work with a dynamic IP address pointed to a name with dnyDNS such as dyndns.org or homedns.org?
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On Thu, 05 Jun 2008 at 11:16 PM, Robert BECKERS wrote
MANY MANY MANY MANY Thank's for your explanation about the setting-up of the VPN Connection with a 5GT
I search a lot and your configuration work very fine !!!!
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On Sat, 05 Jul 2008 at 5:45 AM, Jim wrote
I am trying to get the dial up users to have access to another remote network but cannot seem to get it to work. Basically, Lan1=home office, Lan2=remote office. Lan1 has a static vpn connection to Lan2. Dial up users connect directly to Lan1 but cannot get any traffic to Lan2, is this just a policy that needs to be implemented or should the Nat get by this?
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On Thu, 04 Sep 2008 at 6:49 PM, James wrote
Nice tutorial, thanks! :) The only question i have is : How can i assign an local IP-Address to this when the user has dialed up?
(Background : We have different Systems which only allow access from an local IP-Adress.
Thanks for your time,
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On Mon, 03 Nov 2008 at 7:22 AM, Adi wrote
I come back to my previous question as this is also the problem James seems to have. There is a possibility to assign local IP addresses (from within the LAN inside the company) to the dial-up incoming clients. Open Security Policy Editor, go to Options -> Global Policy Settings and check the Allow to specify internal network address. After this, still in Secure Policy Editor, under My Identity, you should see a area called Secure interface configuration where you should chose Virtual adapter required and fill in the IP address you need to have inside the remote LAN.
However this is not working as it should. A tried it on 4 different versions of Netscreen Remote (except the newest 11.1 that I don't have) and also on Windows XP and Vista. The Netscreen Remote application obviously has some nasty bugs or other similar problems.
If you managed to make it work PLEASE let me know how.
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On Mon, 23 Feb 2009 at 7:31 PM, Rizwan wrote
I have configured the VPN exactly as mentioned above. But when i am creating policy i can not see "vpn name" in tunnel. I have rechecked all the configuration thrice but no luck. I have also erased and reconfigured VPN. Please advice
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On Mon, 30 Mar 2009 at 12:16 AM, sandeep wrote
were can i find this netscreen remote client
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On Mon, 30 Mar 2009 at 6:52 PM, Michael Dale
You will need to purchase a license from Juniper in order to have access to download it.
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On Fri, 29 May 2009 at 2:35 PM, Graham wrote
Ahhh - some problems with this.......
I have already set up 4 different Clients using this setup on a SSG-5 and they all work well.
Now I am trying to set up a 5th Client in exactly the same way, but when I try and set the VPNs -> AutoKey Advanced -> Gateway (Step 2 above) I get the following......
"Only one set or proposals allowed for Main Mode dynamic peer." "Error in set ike gateway"
It won't let me create this gateway?
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On Sun, 02 Aug 2009 at 7:34 PM, Mohammad Khalil wrote
after i configured everything as mentioned above
i cannot make the connection
i mean how do i connect
for example in cisco vpn client there is connect ??
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On Tue, 15 Sep 2009 at 8:50 AM, amal
Is there any way to make the remote system running Netscreen Remote software addressable from the LAN? I want to be able to have roaming clients obtain a local LAN IP address by which I can ping and access those clients. Is that possible with Netscreen Remote?
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On Thu, 15 Oct 2009 at 3:27 PM, DMAN wrote
We are on a Domain environment and have laptop users who have the netscreen Remote software installed and configure on their machine.
We would like users to login to our Domain server using the dial up connection option when logging from home and not on the work network.
Please refer to the sample screenshot: http://www.uwex.uwc.edu/outlook/tips/images/login_domain.JPG
1) Can we configure the netscreen remote to be use a dial up connection?
2) Do we need to do anything on our Domain Server?
I tried to tick the dial up connection and ask me to connect using the SafeNet Virtual Adapter Interface, which I did and it gave me a dialog box:
"Checking network protocol conections.... TCP/IP CP reported error 738: The server did not assign an address"
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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