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Feature Support Comparison Between Juniper Secure Connect and Dynamic VPN

 

This topic describes the differences between Juniper Secure Connect and dynamic VPN.

Figure 1 shows the high-level comparison between Juniper Secure Connect and dynamic VPN.

Figure 1: High-Level Feature Comparison Between Juniper Secure Connect and Dynamic VPN
High-Level Feature Comparison
Between Juniper Secure Connect and Dynamic VPN

Table 1 shows the connection feature related differences between dynamic VPN and Juniper Secure Connect on SRX Series devices:

Table 1: Differences Between Dynamic VPN and Juniper Secure Connect on SRX Series devices

Connection Features

Dynamic VPN

Juniper Secure Connect

Connection mode

IPsec mode

IPsec is the preferred mode.

Juniper Secure Connect automatically changes the protocol to SSL-VPN on need basis to bypass restrictive networks where IPsec traffic is blocked.

VPN connectivity mode

Policy-based VPN, which requires each firewall policy to define the connectivity and VPN establishment.

Route-based VPN connectivity.

Allows you to define fine granular firewall policies including other services, such as Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) Cloud, User Firewall, and so on.