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Juniper Networks SSG 5- Configuration

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I have inherited a Juniper Networks SSG 5 firewall at my new work. I need to allow access through ports 3389, 5800 and 5900 and also allow SSH enabled on port 5900 so that PortWise will work when I am connecting to a remote server.

Could someone give me instructions on how to do this.

I have access to the GUI through a browser.

Many thanks

John.
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by:rsivanandan
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Read this and see if this helps.

Post back with further clarifications if needed.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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by:borgqjeanluc
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Thanks for this Rajesh. It was useful but I just want to open these ports using the Web interface. Would I just need to create a entry in the Objects/Services/Custom page or somewhere else.

Sorry my knowladge of Firewalls is pretty limited so I kinds need the "idiots" guide to doing this.

Help is appreciated.

Regards

John.
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If you want to open the ports, you need to:

Create a custom Service Object for each port that you need, that doesn't already have a service.

Create a VIP for the service to point to the appropriate internal IP address.

Create a Policy saying that any (or defined) address from the outside can access the VIP::1 using whichever service (or multiple services).



All done!
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Yes, you basically create the service and proceed. In which direction are we talking about? Outgoing or incoming?

Cheers,
Rajesh
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Sirbounty,

  I had posted an answer, also have left a question open for the author.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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As have I.
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modus_operandi,

  At least the objection could be explained instead of just closing down the question, this is the second one you're doing so!

--Rajesh
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