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Juniper SSG20 Route HTTP traffic through vpn and away from their direct internet connection

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I have a Trust set as NAT which is setup across a private line back to my office in the states.
Currently their (Philippines) internet traffic goes out their Untrust Zone setup as route.

I'm not really sure what tells it to do that.
All of my rules are any any any.

I am trying to change HTTP traffic to go across the Trust, to my cisco router here, to my other juniper and to the internet.

Currently my cisco router seems to send traffic not directly meant for specific ip's 0.0.0.0 to my other Juniper so this should work.
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As you wish to have HTTP routed over VPN tunnel, configure policy based VPN.
In the policy where you associate VPN tunnel, configure service as HTTP so only HTTP traffic gets routed over the VPN tunnel.

For steps, look at link below:

For configuring policy based VPN when both sides have static IP and are running 6.x version of SOS:
http://kb.juniper.net/KB15074

Main article for configuring policy based VPN:
http://kb.juniper.net/KB8534

Please implement and update.

Thank you.

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I tried that but it didn't seem to work.
Question, what determines that http traffic goes over the untrust port now when the gateway for all the machines points to trust (my dedicated line from US to Philippines).
The Untrust port is the one that the local internet connection is set to.

With all the rules doing any any any it's unclear.
I have an IP based phone system and I have them on another port for VOIP and they come here also across the dedicated line.

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I have a rule trust to trust any any any and when I turn trust to untrust off and leave trust to trust on (trust intra zone policy) no traffic goes over this port and http traffic stops.

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I think I have a cisco router in the mix that didn't use to be there that is throwing me off.
I am trying to get a username and password to it no.
I have a feeling the computers go into the router and the router has a rule to send anything not destined for certain ip on to the firewall which then sends it out to their internet connection.
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