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Clearwire Hub Express IPSEC Tunnel

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Hello Experts,

I have been working on trying to get a IPSEC tunnel for a event we are having. Our internet is coming out of Clearwire Hub Express behind an Juniper SRX220 firewall.

I've been trying with no success trying to get IPSec tunnel going.  I set my ge-0/0/0 port to DHCP hoping to pick up the ISP address from Clearwire but no go.

I've exposed external IP address in clearwire router and in Juniper router with default route and that didn't work.

The only way i could get both devices to see each other was either DMZ in Clearwire or expose public IP in Clearwire. Either result I could never get the VPN tunnel to come up.

Any ideas on how to get this to work that would be great!
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apparently clearwire gives you one IP address...
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