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SSL VPN

HI

I AM NEW TO JUNIPER SSL VPN.WHEN I LOGIN INTO our SSL VPN https://secure.myvpn.com I am asked to enter username/passcode(RSA)/password.After I put this info I see all published realms in SSL VPN like (CITRIX,etc),at this point I can access my corporate e-mail(Lotus Notes) from my home.At Home I use the same laptop as at Work except I get my home ISP ip address like 99.29.29.x.The destination network for me is 10.32.0.0/22 and 172.17.0.0/16

My question is how am I communicating with the corporate mail server(10.32.1.93) when I actually launch lotus notes client from my laptop (not through tHE cITRIX pORTAL) That has ip like 99.29.29.x ?How is this communication happening between public and private ip ?Also I am trying to understand that How am I actually connect to 172.17.1.1 using pc ANYWHWERE directly from my Laptop ?My previous VPN experience with Cisco concentrators tell me that I need to get an aip from the destination network before accessing the resources from that network

Thanks

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Re: SSL VPN

You don't sound like you are the Admin for this SSL VPN you are using.

Its probably because Lotus Notes is configured as a Secure Application Manager policy by the admin to allow it to pass through to the trust network.

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Re: SSL VPN

Almost certainly it is SAM ACLs using Server IP/Port ranges and possibly blanket app allows. The Juniper device is creating the connections to your internal network resources, your traffic is still flowing through whatever IP https://secure.myvpn.com routes to internally. The connections at the server level all appear to happen from the Juniper device, not your home 99.x.x.x IP. This is of course considering that you're not using Network Connect and getting a different IP.