Can I still buy Netscreen Remote? Juniper has entered into a reference sale arrangement with a third party company, NCP engineering, Inc www. A: This is a reference sale, meaning the customer purchases both the product and support from NCP. The advantage of using NCP is that Juniper does validate the client and provides guidance on supported case.
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Can I still buy Netscreen Remote? Juniper has entered into a reference sale arrangement with a third party company, NCP engineering, Inc www. A: This is a reference sale, meaning the customer purchases both the product and support from NCP. The advantage of using NCP is that Juniper does validate the client and provides guidance on supported case. JTAC will assist with issues found on the Juniper device. A: No, this will be a reference-sale arrangement only, with customers and partners buying the client directly from NCP.
A: Yes. Q: What support services are available from NCP? End users and resellers are requested to contact their regional Juniper distributor to obtain the Juniper edition of the NCP Secure client. SSL VPN appliances effectively address the challenge of anytime, anywhere, secure remote access to users. A: Juniper does not issue refunds for products already purchased. We value our customers immensely and want to work with them to ensure that their existing products are supported and that they have adequate time for a smooth migration.
For supported deployment scenarios, built-in IPSec clients have the added advantage of eliminating the need to install and maintain a separate client application. Alternatively, Juniper has entered into a reference sale arrangement with a third party company, NCP engineering, Inc.
A: Our general testing of the Microsoft operating systems has shown limited success when working with Juniper IPSec gateways.
This section outlines the different tests performed. Both modes were tested here for this trial. The results were the same across all four platforms.
Windows supports two modes of remote access through their primary remote access component. The configuration of the Windows client to a ScreenOS Firewall was successful but with several notable caveats that will limit the use cases it can address. Next, it can only function with ScreenOS by authenticating with Certificates, and will not properly support preshared key authentication based on our testing.
This configuration is much more challenging than configuring L2TP, as it requires numerous values to be defined primarily through a Microsoft management console configuration. There were several noted limitations on configuring this method. First, the native Windows IPSec does not support XAuth, so this would make it very difficult to implement in a large scalable fashion. Next, support for NAT-T requires modifying the registry.
This can be undesirable for users who use their machine both locally in the LAN as well as remotely. Additional customization, such as scripting, can be used to improve the behavior Conclusion: Based on thorough testing of the Windows L2TP over IPSec and native IPSec clients against ScreenOS, the testing engineers concluded that the native clients have not evolved much and that third-party IPSec clients offer a richer feature set supporting a broader range of use cases.
Although Microsoft native clients can be used in limited cases, other alternatives should be sought out that can provide standard IPSec capabilities with robust encryption features, XAuth, NAT-T, PSK and certificate authentication, and wide platform support.
Juniper Screenos VPN client (NCP Secure Client)
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