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[Archive] How does a client that supports VA receive a private IP address?



Article ID: KB7015 KB Last Updated: 27 Aug 2010Version: 3.0
How does a client that supports VA receive a private IP address?
NetScreen Remote Virtual Adapter

The client supports three methods for assignment of its private IP address:

  1. User entered: if enabled on the Global Policy Settings screen, the user can enter their Internal Network IP Address value in the "My Identity" section of the policy.
  2. Gateway assigned via Mode Config: Many gateways support the Mode Configuration Internet draft. During the IKE session establishment, the IPSec gateway sends the private IP address to the client.
  3. L2TP: Many gateways use L2TP to configure the client's IP address. During the L2TP session establishment, the L2TP Network Server (LNS) assigns the IP address to the client. The SoftRemote client is configured to secure the L2TP packets using IPsec.

Here is the problem or goal:

  • How does a client that supports VA can get it's private IP  ?

Problem Environment:

  • NetScreen Remote
  • Virtual Adapter

Applicable Products:

  • NetScreen-Remote

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