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I am in the process of trying to setup a Juniper SRX240. I have been using the screenOS firewalls for sometime and having some difficulty adjusting.I haven't quickly been able to find a way to do in screenOS terms a MIP. Basically I have over 20 Public IP addresses I need to be able to map to internal IP addresses and create rules based on those mappings. Any help is appreciated.

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MIPs are basically just static 1:1 NAT - that might help searching the docs (sorry, still all ScreenOS here).

This looks like it might be useful:

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Think it should be in the untrusted interface page on top should be MIP link

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This is in screenOS not JUNOS E – geeklin Sep 25 '09 at 14:59
Im indeed talking abour screenOS.. – Anwar Sep 28 '09 at 7:40

James' post should be enough to get the IP's up, but in short, JunOS does lack the sort of nice template mechanism you're asking for.

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You can use this tool to translate ScrenOS configurations to Junos. i haven't tested it yet, but im sure it will help you,

ScreenOS to Junos Trasnlator

You will need an Juniper Account.

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