[j-nsp] Comparison of Dynamic VPN on SRX vs MAG VPN

Eugeniu Patrascu eugen at imacandi.net
Sat Nov 30 09:38:32 EST 2013

Basically they are two different things:
- Dynamic VPN is plain old IPSec based remote access VPN for users. They
need to install a client and that's it. It's licensed per user.

- SSL-VPN appliances offer a web portal for users to publish web based
applications securely and also offer the option to also offer L3 VPNs (SSL
tunneling or IPSec based, with the option to failover between the
protocols). It's licensed based on number of concurrent users that are
logged it at any one time on the system.

The MAG offering is way more featureful and flexible in options. It all
boils down to what your client actually wants.


On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 12:00 PM, Skeeve Stevens <
skeeve+junipernsp at eintellegonetworks.com> wrote:

> Hey all,
> I have a client with simple VPN needs.
> The price of the VPN simultaneous users for a MAG is four times the price
> of the simultaneous dynamic VPN users for an SRX.
> I am thinking of about 50 users.
> Does anyone have a solid comparison between the two.
> I do have to land the VPN user into a particular VRF... if that makes a
> difference.
> ...Skeeve
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