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Configuring Windows VPN through Juniper SSG-5 firewall

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Ok, here's what I have going on.

I'm a Juniper noob and was hoping someone here could show me the error of my ways.  Here is my situation:

I have a Juniper SSG-5 firewall with one static IP going through interface 0/0.  I need to open up the Windows VPN port (1723) to IP 192.168.3.10 in my network. What I did so far was go to that interface and to VIP and created a new virtual port (1723) and created a service pointing to 1723 and the server IP is the address of the windows server which is the vpn server.

Then I went to polices and created a policy from Untrust to Trust ; Source - Any ; Destination - VIP (0/0) ; and the services are PPTP and GRE.  

I ran a port check and the port is accessible from the internet but my VPN won't connect.  Am I missing anything?
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What you did is right; have a look at article below and configure and advice on results:
http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB5471

Thank you.
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As you can see from the link provided above, GRE is not forwarded with your config - and that is the issue. Hence the article recommends to create a custom service containing both the PPTP and GRE definition, and use that as VIP service.
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i figured it out
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i figured it out
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Objection: Invalid reason, and that post cannot be accepted because it contains no solution.

Either we have helped you in "figuring out" - then you need to accept one or more posts,
or you have figured it out without help, then post the solution and accept that.

If you do not post the solution, and none of the posts here helped, then delete the question.
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