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Download IdP Certificate. Overview. This implementation guide describes how to integrate Juniper SA SSL VPN appliance with the DualShield Prior to configuring Juniper SA for two-factor authentication, you must have the. DualShield. Junos Pulse Secure Access Service Administration Guide By downloading, installing or using such software, you agree to the terms and conditions of Configuring SFP Ports on the SA Series SSL VPN Appliance. Junos Pulse Secure Access Service Administration Guide. Revision History By downloading, installing or using such software, you agree to the terms and conditions .. Configuring the SA Series SSL VPN Appliance.
Dynamic VPN Overview A VPN tunnels enable users to securely access assets such as e-mail servers and application servers that reside behind a firewall. End-to-site VPN tunnels are particularly helpful to remote users such as telecommuters because a single tunnel enables access to all of the resources on a network—the users do not need to configure individual access settings to each application and server. Pulse Secure client software is used for VPN access. The Layer 3 remote access client uses client-side configuration settings that it receives from the SRX Series gateway to create and manage a secure end-to-site VPN tunnel to the gateway. See the Software Installation and Upgrade Guide for information about installing and managing licenses.
Optional Specify the information in the Custom Radius Rules section, if required.
Click Save Changes to add the new server to the list. The New Authentication Realm page opens. On the New Authentication Realm page, enter the following information: Name: Enter the name of the new realm that you are creating. Note: Ensure that the realm name you specify clearly describes the user community so that users can identify the realm correctly.
Click Save Changes to add the new realm. The Role Mapping Rule page opens.
Click New Rule. The new Role Mapping Rule page opens.
On the Role Mapping Rule page, enter the following information: Rule based on: Select Username from the drop-down list. Name: Enter the name of the new rule that you are creating.
To assign this rule to a role, select the role in the Available Roles list and click the Add button to add the selected role to the Selected Roles list. For example, add Users role to the Selected Roles list. Click Save Changes to add the new role mapping rule. The system log displays data up to the amount specified.
Note: Maximum Log Size is an internal setting that most closely corresponds with the size of logs formatted with the Standard format. If you choose to use a more verbose format such as WELF, your log files may exceed the limit that you specify here.
For more information, see Viewing system statistics. Under Syslog Servers, enter information about the syslog servers where you want to store your log files optional : a. Enter the name or IP address of the Syslog server. Enter a facility for the server. Central Manager only Choose which filter you want to apply to the log file. Click Add. Repeat for multiple servers if desired, using different formats and filters for different servers and facilities.
Click Save Changes.
As the log messages come into the Appliance, they are automatically identified and a new device type is added to the log source device list. Default values are used for certain properties, such as the device name. Log in to the LogLogic Appliance.
The Devices tab appears. Click Add New. The Add Device tab appears. The name is obtained using a reverse DNS lookup on the configured refresh interval.
The DNS name overrides any manual name you assign. Verify that your new device appears in the Devices tab and that Enabled is set to Yes. To verify the configuration: 1.
The Log Source Status tab appears.
LogLogic recommends checking the reports to make sure that the data obtained is valid and matches expectations. For more information, see, Appendix A Event Reference for sample log messages for each event and event to category mapping. The following Real-Time Reports are available: User Access Displays data access and changes done to data during a specified time interval User Authentication Displays identity and access related events during a specified time interval User Displays user specific details; used to track user activity during a specified time interval To access LMI 5 Real-Time Reports: 1.
In the top navigation pane, click Reports. Select Access Control. All sample log messages were captured by the LogLogic file pull utility.
Otherwise, all other supported events that are captured by the LogLogic Appliance can be viewed by performing a search for the log data.