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Aug 31st, 2003
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I am new in VPN Concentrator and I am going to install it in our network. I put public IP for outside interface and private IP for inside interface of the VPN Concentrator. After enabling the NAT at the configuration settings under policy management, I could now connect in INTERNET. Could you tell me how can I put some policies on the VPN Concentrator so that I can limit the access of our inside network? What I only need to permit are Web Access and E-mails.

Thank you in advanced!!

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yusuff Tue, 09/02/2003 - 21:20
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You need to configure FILTERS which are applied to your interfaces. You need to add rules to the filter to permit/deny traffic.


Regards

Yusuf

jmps7 Thu, 09/04/2003 - 04:04
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Thank you for your reply!

Just a follow up question, what necessary configuration do I need to add If I have a firewall (netscreen firewall) connected behind the VPN concentrator and I want to carry the policy configured in the firewall to my VPN concentrator? Is it just I have to configure the IP address of the firewall to the VPN concentrator in a Configuration > Servers > Firewall?


Regards,


jmps7

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