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[Archieve] How do I remotely connect into my corporate/business office?

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Article ID: KB9508 KB Last Updated: 07 Dec 2012Version: 7.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to remotely connect to a corporate or business office.
Symptoms:

The corporate office is running a Juniper firewall that can support VPN connections. What VPN client options are available? This article provides guidance on connecting NetScreen-Remote or other non-Juniper clients (see list below) to the Firewall device. 

There are many VPN client solutions:

  • SSL VPN

  • IPSec over L2TP

  • PPTP

  • VPN clients from 3rd party vendors such as:

    • Macintosh

    • Freeswan

    • Cisco

    • Checkpoint

 

Cause:

Solution:

To view the flowchart for the steps listed below, select this link:  KB9508 Flowchart

 The following steps provide information on how to connect:

Step one  Will you be using the NetScreen-Remote Client? For NetScreen-Remote product information, consult: Juniper Networks NetScreen-Remote or Deploying NetScreen Remote Access Solutions

Step two Are you using the latest version of NetScreen-Remote? For assistance, consult: KB6161 - Determining the Current Version of NetScreen-Remote

  • Yes - Continue with Step 3
  • No  - in most cases, it is recommended to run the latest version of NetScreen-Remote Client. Please consult the Release Notes for the latest version to determine if an upgrade is possible.   For information on how to upgrade, consult the VPN Client Installation Guide

Step three Does the OS support the version of NetScreen-Remote?

Step four  Is this an Initial configuration?

Step five Will you be using certificate authentication?

Step six Will you be running Windows applications through the VPN?

            Applications such as Microsoft Outlook and/or Windows File Sharing / Mapped drives will require authentication

Additional Client VPN Configuration information can be found at: Configuring a NetScreen Dial-Up VPN

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