Juniper Networks is a networking technology company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. They design and manufacture core and edge routers, as well as switches and security devices, most of which run their custom operating system JunOS.

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Net Screen manager setup

I'm having an issue with our NSMExpress box. I'm trying to manage all our devices, range from ns5gt to ssg320m, and some of those devices have addresses assigned by dhcp from the ISP (like pppoe or ...
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Cisco PIX to Juniper Netscreen Policy-based VPN fails Phase 2 Proposal

I've followed the instructions to configure a VPN between a netscreen device and a Cisco PIX as directed by Cisco's [netscreen to PIX ...
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What is the equivalent of Cisco's 'ip virtual-reassembly' for a Juniper ISG 2000

I tested my dns servers with the oarc test and my size limit is at least 1403 bytes. I performed the same test before my Juniper ISG 2000 and the result is 2047 bytes. According to the chapter IP ...
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Juniper VPN compatibility with other VPNs?

This is a pretty n00b question. I am integrating a system with a TelCo. The TelCo's policy requires that all communication must be done over VPN using Juniper's SSG-5 firewall. My current host does ...
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Juniper EX3200: Is there SDM templates as in Cisco?

Cisco has "sdm templates" and the number of mac, arp, ace, route entires depends on template type. Is there something like that in Juniper switches?
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Light packet loss through router

I just recently got a fiber line installed into my office, and with the exception of an odd bit of trouble that we're having, things are working good, and the network response is really amazing. The ...
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Juniper SSG5 find bandwidth eater

I looking for a way to get the list of the top bandwidth eater on my Juniper ssg5. On my old OpenBSD Box I had a command line version of ntop. It was just perfect. How can I do the same thing whith ...
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Easily obtain list of sessions from Juniper Netscreen

I've got a Juniper Netscreen SSG-5 that occasionally gets a high session count. I've got 4096 licensed sessions, and there are times I see 3000+ for a small office (a dozen or so people). This is ...
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How to quickly and easily set up and maintain VPN's ? (Have Juniper SSG-140) [closed]

We have an SSG-140 by Juniper (similar to a netscreen 25, just a newer version of ScreenOS and more physical ports). I find setting up new VPN profiles to be a PITA. I have to follow a bunch of ...
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Wildcard Domain on Juniper Netscreen

On a Juniper Netscreen firewall, is there a character that can be used as a wildcard with a domain? For example, under the Objects -> Addresses section, if I want to create a new object similar to ...
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Networking issues with Linux server (CentOS 5.3)

I have a Linux server hosting our bug tracking software (CentOS 5.2 Kernel 2.6.18-128.4.1.el5) that I have having some strange network problems with. The machine is configured with two NICS, one for ...
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How to buy from Cisco and/or Juniper when you're a small company? [closed]

I find it quite difficult to buy from Cisco and Juniper : no price-tags can be found on their websites, let alone buy-online capabilities a "buy cisco" google-search will mostly return websites ...
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Force10 layer 3 switches [closed]

We've been running Cisco and dell layer 3 switches. The former are expensive and reliable, the latter a lot cheaper and fraught with issues. Anyone has positive experience with the core Force10 ...
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How do I configure NetFlow 5/9 export on Juniper switches? [closed]

What are the commands to make a Juniper switch send netflow data (V5 or V9) to a netflow collector for bandwidth monitoring?
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Juniper SSG5 Firewall

I have a SSG5 firewall with some route based VPN. I have a LAN, a DMZ, an another net and WAN. How should I do to make DMZ use VPN and not LAN? I think it's a routing problem. But Source routing ...
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Can't get into Juniper Networks Netscreen Web interface

Have a Netscreen that appears to be functioning correctly (it's in production and has been for several years), but yet is not allowing me into the Web interface on port 80 or 443 (also tried 8080). ...
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Juniper firewall - large pings for testing

Is there an way to permit ping packets larger than 1472 through a Juniper SSG520M firewall? "Ping of Death" and "Large Size ICMP Packet" protection has already been disabled under the 'Screening' ...
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Has anyone had luck running 802.1x over ethernet using the stock Windows or other free supplicant?

I just wanted to see if anyone else has had luck implementing 802.1x over ethernet. So here's my basic setup. Switch sends out 3 eapol messages spaced out 5 seconds apart. if there's no response the ...
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Can I use Third Party Compact Flash in a Juniper M10i Router?

Juniper list price for 1GB of CF is around 100 times what I would expect to pay for a third party card. The J-Series release notes have a list of supported third party parts, but there is no ...
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SSRS Export to Excel not working through VPN (Juniper SA4000)

We have a SharePoint (MOSS 2007 on Win2003 R2) with SSRS reports (from SQL 2005) embedded in it. When we connect to the SharePoint portal through our VPN (firewall is Juniper SA4000) and using ...
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How do I keep a Juniper ScreenOS interface IP up when no one is plugged into it?

I have a VPN connection to a remote site and whenever nothing is plugged into the remote sites LAN bgroup the interface IP isn't managable or pingable. Anyone know what command I skipped on CLI for ...