CRITICAL NOTE: We have found that IPv6 pings sent to the Juniper SSG5 will cause the device to REBOOT. Turning off From here, select the default of “Use the Initial Configuration Wizard instead.” Download Business Routers Guide. Secure Services Gateway 5 users manual details for FCC ID OXVSSG5 made by Juniper Networks Inc.. Document Includes User Manual Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is Juniper Networks, NetScreen, and ScreenOS are registered trademarks of Juniper.

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These are only the commands that are needed for deep troubleshooting sessions that cannot be done solely on the GUI. I had some trouble with the application layer gateway functionality on the ScreenOS devices.


How to configure Juniper SSG

Here are some hidden commands that help while troubleshooting the ALGs:. And to do a manual failover. This brings the current master unit into backup mode.

This command must be dsg5 on the current master!

The session commands list sessions that are currently active. The traffic log shows already finished sessions of course only if they were logged:.

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To display the most detailed information about active flowsfor example huniper see which policies trigger or which routing table lookups are used, etc. To do a factory reset you can either use the reset pinhole on the device or login to the serial console with the serial number as username and password.

Configuratioh ways are explained here. To do a reset via the CLI use the following commands, explained here. The default IPv4 address is The switch ports which are configured with this IPv4 address vary!

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Juniper Networks – [ScreenOS] Basic configuration steps of Active/Passive High Availability (NSRP)

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Generate your traffic now. Configuration modifiedsave? System resetare you sure? Thanks and continue the good job. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This website uses cookies to improve your experience.

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