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I have two juniper firewalls, an SSG-320M (screenos) and an SRX 340 (junos). I'm required to connect to a third party with an IPSEC VPN, however I'd like some additional protection from my firewall.

I'd like to apply an access list to an IPSEC tunnel. I've used a policy based and route based VPN. In each case I'm asked to specify the services but this appears to have no effect. I'm not sure if I need to bind a tunnel interface into a separate zone or if I should be using another feature altogether.

Thanks

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I wanted a route based VPN, but I bound my tunnel interface to the trust zone rather than the untrust zone so my access lists didn't work. It's amazing what happens when you follow the instructions

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