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A weak ago I asked how I can forward a port with my SSG20, and the answer was VIP. Now I'm trying to understand how VIP works and how I can get a simple port (3389) get forwarded which isn't working. I followed example three on http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB12608&smlogin=true which didn't help.
The Juniper's 0/0 port is used for internet (untrusted 192.168.111.0/24) which later will be the adsl1/0 and 0/2 to 0/4 are my local ports (trusted 192.168.113.0/24).Port 0/0 has the IP address 192.168.111.180 and 0/2 - 0/4 has 192.168.113.180.
I'm trying to forward port 3389 from 192.168.111.180 to 192.168.113.1 which is my other client. I can ping and RDP between them directly,but when I try to RDP to 192.168.111.180 it doesn't redirect me to 113.1. Below are the configurations that I already have done. How can I make this work?
A policy based NAT is enabled in the policy containing the VIP. This is not required.
You should enable logging in the policy. Do you see any policy hits?
Hello Edouardand thank you for your reply. I know see that I connected to the wrong IP address which is indeed stupid of me.
Everything works and strangely enough I had it configured well. Now that the basic stuff works I can experiment with it.
Thank you for your help!