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I have a network with this router. Internal IP, on 192.168 range 24bit. We have clients from our head office coming to the network who need to use a recenetly installed MPLS line on a 10.81 range. Therefore their DG should be the MPLS router and my current users  192.168.1.254. What rule process should i use to incorporate routing for the new MPLS please?
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OK so you have your Juniper SSG and you have a second Gateway which is routing for your new MPLS connection, correct? And does your side of that MPLS router have a 192.168.x.x/24 IP on an interface? Or I am misunderstanding.

If this is the case you can simply build a route in your Juniper to route any traffic looking for 10.81.x.x/24 or whatever subnet you are using to the IP of the MPLS router.
So if you use to GUI of your SSG you would login go to network -> Routing -> Destination.
In the upper right hand corner I believe you have a New button and you want to have trust-vr in the drop down.

You will have several fields to input your data.
IP ADDRESS/NETMASK 10.81.x.0 /24
Put the bullet in Gateway
Your interface needs to match your Bgroup or what ever interface your 192.168.x.0/24 network is on.
Gateway IP   will be the LAN side IP of the MPLS router.
Everything else you can leave default and you can add a description up to you.

Or if you are stating you have two different subnets in the same office you can simply put one of your Ethernet interfaces in the Juniper on the 10.81.x.0/24 network and let the Juniper route across the interfaces.

If these are not relevant and if you want to post up a small network diagram it would be helpful. Then I or someone else maybe able to assist further.

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We did it using RRAS in Server 2008. appreciate the steer
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