Netscreen 5XP Internet access from trusted to untrusted

Posted on 2006-03-24
Last Modified: 2008-05-30
I have a Netscreen 5XP and need to configure the device to connect to the internet from the trusted side of the firewall to the untrusted side.  I've never used Netscreen and find the UI a little confusing.

Everything on the trusted side is working; however I'm unable to get to the internet. It would also be helpful to have instructions on where to port forward in the router.  I have a SBS 2003 server behind the firewall and will need RDC, Exchange, FTP, Share point, and Remote Web Workplace to be available to the internet.

I'm on a tight deadline and need help desperately.

Question by:breynolds01
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    Turns out the Firewall is faulty.  We replaced the firewall and everything is working again.
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    by:Sam Panwar
    Ok then the firewall problem
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    by:Sam Panwar
    any help these links which i tell you ??

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