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Hi,


I have windows 2003 SVR with dimond software database application which need to connect 11 locations with VPN. (remote clinets will access the Dimodsoftware applications from their location).
I can connect netscreen 5GT in co-operate office with static ip and the 11 locations with VPN Cliet.Please give me an idea how to connect VPN from 11  remote location to the co-operate office with  this NETSCREEN 5GT BOX.


Regds,

Franko
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Remote client would establish VPN to ns5GT using IPSec or IPSec over L2TP. Please note you might require license to support IPSec.

For more details on configuration please look at link below:
http://kb.juniper.net/KB8535
http://kb.juniper.net/KB8536

Please implement and update.

Thank you.
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