SSL VPN Question

gcoogangcoogan Member Posts: 9 ■□□□□□□□□□
Hi,

Does anyone know of any SSL VPN solutions that display/use the url of the internal site you are accessing?

Example:

I login to the SSL VPN at https://VPN.company.com

I click the link to bring me to the companies internal intranet but the url is https://VPN.company.com/intranet

I'm looking for a solution that will enable me to browse it as http://intranet

Is this possible without creating a full client VPN tunnel?

Cheers,
I am the gate keeper of my own destiny............. However I have lost the key

Comments

  • GT-RobGT-Rob Member Posts: 1,090
    I am setting up both the Cisco ASA and Juniper SA SSL VPN solutions and I'm pretty sure both have the option to not "hide" the internal address. Obviously you have to sign into the front end first.
  • RTmarcRTmarc Member Posts: 1,082 ■■■□□□□□□□
    As long as you are just connecting via SSL-VPN to the internal network, you shouldn't run into a problem. We have ASAs here at the office and I refuse to use the IPSec client just because I can't be bothered with it. I exclusively use the SSL AnyConnect client and I can hit any internal website; e.g., http://intranet, http://helpdesk, etc.
  • gcoogangcoogan Member Posts: 9 ■□□□□□□□□□
    GT-Rob wrote: »
    I am setting up both the Cisco ASA and Juniper SA SSL VPN solutions and I'm pretty sure both have the option to not "hide" the internal address. Obviously you have to sign into the front end first.

    We have recently got a SA 2500 in, I wasn’t directly involved in the deployment or config as I am the sharepoint admin currently. I ask the Juniper lads was this possible and they said no...... Just downloaded the admin guide to check this out and you are correct. Thanks a million.
    I am the gate keeper of my own destiny............. However I have lost the key
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