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VPN Ping problems

VPN Ping problems

(OP)
Ok first i am new at juniper, well switching/routing in general. Here is a rundown: I am having an issue when I am connected through a VPN I can ping my exchange, DC, and BES servers just fine from the remote machine, but the other hosts I am unable to reach (they are all in the same BGroup with the reachable Hosts). I can however ping these hosts if I RDP into one of the reachable hosts and execute the command via the local network. I have setup a L2TP Dial-up VPN which connects and authenticates as expected. I have the basic Untrust and trust zones which seems to work fine... I can access the internet, all hosts, receive external email to exchange, Bes server works fine, I can establish a VPN connect etc. Does anyone have any idea what could be causing this, its got me scratching my head.

Thanks in advance,
Mike

RE: VPN Ping problems

what type of juniper device are you having an issue with?  what is your network topology?

Ben Boyd
Network Engineer/Programmer/Student
Windstream Communications
JNCIA, JNCIS, CCNP

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