[j-nsp] Comparison of Dynamic VPN on SRX vs MAG VPN
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Sat Nov 30 19:22:00 EST 2013
Excellent description.. thanks mate!
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On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 1:38 AM, Eugeniu Patrascu <eugen at imacandi.net> wrote:
> 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
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