How to setup a static VPN on a Juniper SRX210 to a Juniper SSG20

Hi Guys,

Firstly i know nothing about Junipers but i need to setup 2 static VPN's from 2 remote locations that both have a Juniper SSG20 into a site with a new Juniper SRX210.
Can anyone point me in the right direction or to a guide without command line (i.e gui only)

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deimarkCommented:
For the SSG, have a look at http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB22091

For the SRX look at http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB21899

You have 2 main ways of setting up the VPN, and this will refer to how we want to implement it.  We can set up a route based or policy based VPN.  The main difference is how the VPN is invoked.  For route based, we use a route to send traffic to the tunnel interface and thus into the tunnel itself and with policy based, we use a policy to decide which traffic is sent over the VPN.  Both links above, have articles to explain how to create the VPN for each method plus how to troubleshoot it should it not work initially.

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NotExpertsAuthor Commented:
Thanks but the link for the SRX series is based around command line which i cannot get to grips with and so wanted something GUI based and simple. I've looked through these before.
Apologies for the lack of knowledge on these as i'm more used to working with Drayteks and Netgears etc hence the need for simplicity
I've attached a screenshot of the options i have
SRX210VPN.jpg
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deimarkCommented:
Have a look at this link bud
https://i2j.juniper.net/greenfield/jsp/index.jsp

In later versions of Junos you have a wizard to assist with the creation of VPNs and is accessed via Jweb (the web interface)

If you do not have the wizard, consider upgrading to a later version and retry.
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