I have been trying to set up a client VPN on a Juniper SRX1400 without much success. All documentation I found from Juniper and elsewhere does a lot of other (difficult and wonderful) things other than the simple things I want to do.
As we discovered yesterday, KMart is starting to get into the Android mobile device business. The company is starting to sell a $150 Android tablet from Augen, and while most stores don’t seem to have any units in stock yet a handful are already selling the tablet and more are expected to get it by this weekend.
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Using the instructions provided here, I've been able to use my Linux desktop to VPN into my workplace when running 32-bit Statler. I've yet to accomplish the same using 64-bit Statler, which has forced me to install the 32-bit version on my 64-bit Gateway NV55C. Has anyone been able to use Juniper Network Connect on a 64-bit Linux operating system?