To work with Juniper Secure Connect, you need the following:
SRX Series device or vSRX instance running Junos OS Release 20.3R1 or later.
You must ensure that the SRX Series device uses either a signed certificate or a self-signed certificate instead of the default system-generated certificate. Before you start configuring Juniper Secure Connect, it is important that you read the instructions in Prerequisites for Deploying Juniper Secure Connect.
Juniper Secure Connect application software installed and running on supported operating systems. For details on installation, see Juniper Secure Connect User Guide.
We recommend using J-Web and Security Director to configure Juniper Secure Connect on SRX Series device. To add a new license key, delete one or more license keys, update license keys, or download license keys for J-Web, see Manage Your Licenses.
To enable J-Web access on your security device, use the following commands:user@host# set system services web-management https interface interface-nameuser@host# set system services web-management http interface interface-nameuser@host# set security zones security-zone zone interface interface-name host-inbound-traffic system-services httpsuser@host# set security zones security-zone zone interface interface-name host-inbound-traffic system-services http|https
You need an active SRX-based license to use Juniper Secure Connect. By default, each SRX Series device includes two built-in concurrent user licenses. You must purchase and install a license for additional concurrent users. Contact your Juniper Networks representative for remote-access licensing. To understand more about Juniper Secure Connect licenses, see Licenses for Juniper Secure Connect and Managing Licenses.