SRX & J Series Site-to-Site VPN - Juniper Networks

Setup - Juniper SRX End Assuming some sort of working basebuild, the Juniper SRX configuration is almost a straight copy and paste from the configuration templates. There are a couple of key exceptions: IKE interface binding (lines 54 & 173 at time of writing) - you should override this with the "outside" interface of your firewall. 10. IPsec VPN - Juniper SRX Series [Book] An SRX VPN monitoring option, called Optimized, sends only the ICMP traffic through the tunnel when there is an absence of user traffic. If user traffic is traversing the tunnel, the SRX assumes it to be up and does not send the ICMP messages. Juniper SRX Configurations for Route Based and Policy There are two types site-to-site of VPNs on a Juniper SRX, policy based and route based. The policy based puts the traffic in a tunnel that is defined by a policy or ACL. The route based will put all traffic in the tunnel that is routed out a specific interface. Route Based VPN. In this configuration example, our peer is Both sides

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Juniper SRX - VPN Troubleshooting juniper srx vpn. SUMMARY: This is another option for typical ike/ipsec traceoptions to selectively troubleshoot VPN issues; Configure l2tp group-policy group-policy DfltGrpPolicy attributes vpn-tunnel-protocol ikev1 l2tp-ipsec !! Configure tunnel-group to use the required PSK and pool tunnel-group

Jan 26, 2013 · I will configure GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation) between two Juniper SRX firewal devices. If you want to learn more about the protocol see RFC2784. I will just demonstrate how two networks can be connected to each other via a tunnel. I will also show how SRX security policy should be configured in order to pass the traffic through. IPSec in Vyatta appears to be primarily intended for policy-based tunnels. But, if the VPN endpoints also support a common cleartext tunneling protocol (like GRE), you can create a route-based VPN by running GRE over a policy-based IPSec tunnel. I used a Juniper SRX 210 and a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite in this scenario. Mar 19, 2014 · D: VPN tunnel is Active, but the link (detected thru VPN Monitor) is DOWN. VPN Monitor is not getting a response to its pings. This could be happening because the device that is being pinged is down or has ping disabled. This could also be happening if the other side of the VPN is not a Juniper Firewall. VPN troubleshooting will be covered in a separate article. Let’s say that you have a request to create site-to-site IPSec VPN between Juniper SRX and Cisco ASA firewalls. You would automatically assume that you have to use policy based VPN on SRX as Cisco ASA supports only policy-based VPNs. Well, you can, but there is another option. Juniper settings. We will now create a matching configuration in VPN Tracker. Step 1 – Add a Connection ‣ Open VPN Tracker. ‣ Click “Create a Connection” (or click the + button in the lower left corner). ‣ Select “Juniper” from the list. ‣ Select your Juniper series (e.g. SRX series). ‣ Click “Create”.