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Juniper SSG320M need help setting up vlan tagging for outbound internet traffic

Posted on 2012-09-08
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Last Modified: 2012-09-09
We recently acquired a Juniper SSG320M for a new site our company is opening. I have traffic connecting the two sites through an mpls line but need help getting on to the internet.  I was told that the ISP requires traffic to be vlan tagged with 525. I did my best to set it up but it's still not working so any help would be greatly appreciated. Config attached.

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Sanga Collins earned 2000 total points
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I did a similar setup for my ssg-140 a couple of months ago. My outbound interface is ethernet0/0 and i have to blocks of static IPs from ISP metroE circuit. Each block is tagged 1001 and 1002 respectively.

To utilize the static IPs I created two sub-interfaces ethernet0/0.1 and ethernet0/0.2 with the correct VLAN tags. My default gateway is in VLAN 1002 so my route statement to send traffic to the ineternet is as follows

*      ethernet0/0.2      S      20      1      Root

I then created the appropriate turst-untrust policy to allow web surfing

note my original ethernet0/0 interface has no IP configured.

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