My achievement so far is only able to ping a remote host (192.168.20.1) at HQ from a local host (10.10.10.1) at BO. The weird thing is the remote host (192.168.20.1) fails to send ICMP packet to my local host (10.10.10.1) at BO.
Does anyone have any idea regarding this? ^
However, I intend to send ICMP packet from my another local host (192.168.10.1) at BO to the same remote host (192.168.20.1) at HQ but it fails too.
For your better understanding, I attach together my network diagram here.
Re: Does anyone ever success with site-to-site VPN configuration between Juniper SRX and Cyberoam?
Thanks for replying my question. 🙂
Unfortunately, the traffics travel through the VPN are required to be NATed. Hence, I can only proceed with route based VPN.
Is the traffic selector configuration can be used to pair with non-juniper device (which is a Cyberoam in my case)?
Given the configuration provided by you, I have made a few amendments to my configuration, which are removing the -multipoint with next-hop-tunnel, policy-options, firewall filter and routing-instances. Also, using only 1 ipsec vpn (vpn1) instead of 2 ipsec vpn (vpn1 & vpn2).
Appreciate a lot if you can take a look into it and see whether it is working or not.