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Debugging a Site to Site VPN on an Juniper SRX series

Within this article we will look at the various steps required in debugging a Site to Site VPN on an SRX series gateway. 1. CONFIRM CONFIGURATION First of all check the VPN configuration. This is also useful if and when you need to confirm the Phase 1 and Phase 2 parameter’s with the remote end. […]

Unable to open ILO3 with TLS 1.2

In this case I was unable to connect to ILO3 on HP DL 380 G7 with Internet Explorer 11 from Windows 8.1 client workstation. ILO Firmware version was 1.20. Starting from Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 all TLS protocols are enabled and supported by default: ILO was not failing back to lower version of TLS if TLS […]

VPN Does Not Connect When Using Virgin Media SuperHub

When setting up a VPN, you can run into problems with VPN pass through. If you are using a Virgin Media SuperHub you have the added challenge that is by default, your speedy SuperHub will block outgoing VPN traffic meaning that with all the correct details it just doesn’t work. To fix this, just follow […]

Juniper : Introduction to the Junos Operating System, “PKI: DSA verify fails.”

How to Update the New Image Authentication Key and Upgrade Boot Loader/ScreenOS Firmware As of August 18, 2014, all Boot Loaders and ScreenOS Firmwares downloaded from the Juniper Networks Software Download Site are signed with the New Image Authentication Certificate.ScreenOS includes the ability to determine the authenticity of binary images provided by Juniper Networks. An […]

How to Configure NAT on Cisco router

This brief tutorial will show you how to configure NAT overload or how to enable Internet access to multiple PCs of your LAN using only one public IP address. This type of NAT can easily be used at home when you have a Cisco 800 series xDSL router. The first step is to define the […]

Uninstalling and manually installing VMware Tools

To uninstall VMware Tools in Windows XP: Click Start > Control Panel. Open Add/Remove Programs. From the list of installed software, select VMware Tools. Click Remove. When prompted, click Yes to restart Windows. Once restarted, open My Computer and navigate to C:\Program Files and remove the VMware folder if it exists. To uninstall VMware Tools […]