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Netcreen 5XP VPN Client-to-site sw ver4.0.1r3.0

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I need a way to connect external XP/W2k clients to the office with full access to the lan.
I want to use native windows VPN not netscreen VPN software.
I installed RAS on my w2003 box, tried to get PPTP vpn to work, failed
I tried VPN shared key directly to netscreen with windows client and failed.
My config is now a big mess from me playing around.
I cannot wipe the config.

I need a config I can paste in using telnet.
I dont care which VPN config, directly to netscreen setting up each client individually or windows L2TP/PPTP.

I have a netscreen 5xp doing nat for my intenal clients
Internal network 192.168.1.x
There is an existing tunnel (works fine) from this office to another, 2nd office is 192.168.100.x

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This should work the same.
http://kb.juniper.net/CUSTOMERSERVICE/index?page=kbdetail&record_id=0244022611e8310108012c3c1901496

There's also an example in the Concepts and examples for 4.0

40 doesn't say anything about XP. only about 2k.

If this doesn't help you let me know i will play around with it on my boxes for you.hopefully it will be the same on the 5.0 version.

but before we start making changes, what errors are you seeing?
can you snip the related information (ike/gateway/objects/policy) and clean it (change IP's etc) and post it ?
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