Im having trouble using juniper pulse vpn client behind this router. The connection to the remote site seems to establish (although not able to ping remote client) then disconnects asking for username and password again.
I have tried this on my home broadband using the same computer and so has a colleague from his, and this works fine.
I beleive the SRP547 is somehow blocking an element of the connection.
Hi, to be clear, I am trying to connect to a remote network via the pulse vpn client to a juniper device at the remote end ( a customer) from our office which has the SRP. I have no control over the juniper device.
I just have the client provided to me and a username and password.
This works from a home router without any problem, but behind the SRP, the connection drops therefore i can only assume it is the router that is causing it.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
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** Update **These and a number of other issues have been addressed in
SRP520 MR3. Please see https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13853
for details on how to access this code.There have been a number of
reports of the SRP500 becoming unresponsive afte...