Apr 14, 2017 · and some L2TP connection connections (used for VPN if needed). Is there a way to connect to these VPNs via the command line (so that I can have a "Batch" File which starts or stops this connection)? I already tried to find something but havent found a solution.
We also are experiencing the issue with Netscreen firewall tunnels at a couple of clients (having to clear the TMS sessions periodically). As a work around I created the following batch file and script. Juniper Networks NetScreen-204 and NetScreen-208 Security Policy 1 FIPS 140-2 SECURITY POLICY Juniper Networks . NetScreen-204 and NetScreen-208 . HW P/N NS-204 and NS-200 . FW Version ScreenOS 5.4.0r4-5.4.0r19 . Document # 530-021312-01 clear db set console dbuf set ffilter src-ip 220.127.116.11 dst-ip 18.104.22.168 debug flow basic — OR — snoop filter ip src-ip 22.214.171.124 dst-ip 126.96.36.199 direction both clear dbuf snoop: edit security flow traceoptions set file TSHOOT set flag basic-datapath set packet-filter IN-TO-OUT source-prefix 10.1.1.100/32 destination-prefix 10.2.0.3/32 show capture Jul 14, 2008 · Maximum time for VPN client session: 120 minutes Maximum time for traffic inactivity before session ends: 20 minutes Maximum time for mouse and keyboard inactivity before VPN session ends: 20 minutes I adjusted the 2 lower 20 minute settings and will post my findings if this is what fixed it. I am trying to setup remote VPN users onto a Juniper SSG-140 unit. I have netscreen-remote. I have followed the standard setup for a remote user and I cannot establish a connection with either netscreen-remote and or window VPN client. I am trying to make this as easy to use for the remote people. Starting a few weeks ago that changed. If I plug directly into the cable modem everything is fine and I get full speed. If I plug into the netscreen it drops down to about 20 - 25 down and 20 - 25 up. I've replaced cables as well as the netscreen it's self. The only thing left seems to be the configuration.
The NetScreen firewall platform provides three management options:. CLI Provides the most granular control over the platform through straightforward interaction with the operation system (ScreenOS).. WebUI A streamlined Web-based application with a user-friendly interface that allows you to easily manage the NetScreen appliance. Both WebUI and CLI are consistent among all of the NetScreen
This table shows which sockets are connected to the firewall. In this example, the local IP is the NetScreen firewall with sockets connected to IP address 172.16.10.10. There is also a socket to destination port 23 (Telnet) from source IP 10.10.32.54. To delete this socket, issue the command: fw-> clear socket id 57 Link: “How to determine how long a session has been up in ScreenOS“. IPsec VPN. This is one of the main use cases for using the CLI on the SSG firewalls: Many details about IPsec site-to-site VPNs, e.g., the proxy-IDs for policy-based VPNs:
clear db set console dbuf set ffilter src-ip 188.8.131.52 dst-ip 184.108.40.206 debug flow basic — OR — snoop filter ip src-ip 220.127.116.11 dst-ip 18.104.22.168 direction both clear dbuf snoop: edit security flow traceoptions set file TSHOOT set flag basic-datapath set packet-filter IN-TO-OUT source-prefix 10.1.1.100/32 destination-prefix 10.2.0.3/32 show capture
NetScreen-5000 customers. The Juniper Networks NetScreen-5000 series is a line of purpose-built, high-performance security systems designed for large enterprise, carrier, and data center networks. Architected with both existing and future network design in mind, the NetScreen-5000 series consists of two platforms: the 2-slot NetScreen-5200 and IF there is a STALE or DISCARD session showing in the system logs. clear the session id. > show session all filter source