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    Configuring a Junos Space Virtual Appliance as a Junos Space Node

    After you deploy a Junos Space Virtual Appliance on a VMware ESX, VMware ESXi, or Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) server, you must enter basic network and machine information to make your Junos Space Virtual Appliance accessible on the network. You must also add disk space to the partitions of the Junos Space Virtual Appliance.

    Note:

    • From Junos Space Network Management Platform Release 14.1R2 onward, you can configure Junos Space Ethernet interfaces with only IPv4 addresses, or both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
    • From Junos Space Network Management Platform Release 16.1R1 onward, you can configure access to Junos Space through a Network Address Translation (NAT) gateway.

    Before you begin, ensure that you have the following information available:

    • IPv4 address and subnet mask for the node management (eth0) Ethernet interface
    • (Optional) IPv6 address and prefix for the eth0 Ethernet interface
    • IPv4 address of the default gateway for the eth0 Ethernet interface
    • (Optional) IPv6 address of the default gateway for the eth0 Ethernet interface
    • IPv4 address of the name server
    • (Optional) IPv6 address of the name server
    • (Optional) IPv4 address and subnet mask for the Ethernet interface eth3, if you are configuring a device management interface.

      Note: When you configure the eth3 interface as the device management interface, the IP addresses of the eth0 and eth3 Ethernet interfaces must be in different subnets.

    • (Optional) IPv4 address of the default gateway for the eth3 Ethernet interface

      Note: If you configure the IPv4 address for the eth3 Ethernet interface, you must configure the IPv4 address of the default gateway.

    • (Optional) IPv6 address and prefix for the eth3 Ethernet interface
    • (Optional) IPv6 address of the default gateway for the eth3 Ethernet interface

      Note: If you configure the IPv6 address for the eth3 Ethernet interface, you must configure the IPv6 address of the default gateway for the eth3 interface.

    • Virtual IP (VIP) address in IPv4 and IPv6 formats

      The IPv4 format of the VIP address is used for accessing the Junos Space Network Management Platform GUI through a Web browser. This IP address must be in the same subnet as the IP address assigned to the eth0 Ethernet interface

      The IPv6 format of the VIP address is used for receiving SNMP traps from managed devices.

    • IPv4 address or URI of the NTP source to synchronize time
    • (Optional) IPv4 address of the eth1 Ethernet interface

      If the IP address of the eth1 interface is not in the same subnet as the VIP address, ensure that you have the subnet mask and the default gateway for the eth1 interface.

    • (Optional) IPv4 address for the NAT outbound SSH
    • (Optional) IPv6 address for the NAT outbound SSH
    • (Optional) Port number for the NAT outbound SSH
    • (Optional) IPv4 address for the NAT trap
    • (Optional) IPv6 address for the NAT trap
    • (Optional) Port number for the NAT trap

    This topic discusses the following tasks:

    Configuring a Junos Space Virtual Appliance

    You can configure a Junos Space Virtual Appliance as the first or standalone node in a cluster or add the node to an existing cluster.

    To configure a Junos Space Virtual Appliance:

    1. Using a virtual machine client (such as VMware vSphere Client or Virtual Machine Manager [VMM]), log in and power on the Junos Space Virtual Appliance.
    2. Access the console on the virtual machine client to view the Junos Space login prompt.
    3. At the Junos Space login prompt, type admin as your default login name and press Enter.
      space-node login:admin
      Password:
      

      You are prompted to enter the administrator password.

    4. Type abc123 as the default administrator password and press Enter.

      Junos Space prompts you to change your default password.

    5. To change the default password, do the following:
      • Type the default password and press Enter.
      • Type your new password and press Enter.
      • Retype your new password and press Enter.

      If the password is changed successfully, the following message is displayed.

      passwd: all authentication tokens updated successfully

      Note: You can choose a password that is at least eight characters long and contains characters from at least three of the following four character classes: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers (0 through 9), and special characters.

      However, if a password satisfies the preceding criteria but contains only a single uppercase letter at the beginning or only a single number at the end, then that password is considered invalid. For example, Abcdwip9, Qc9rdiwt, and bRfjvin9 are invalid passwords, but AAbcdwip99, Qc9rdiwtQ, and bRfjvin99 are valid passwords.

      Alternatively, instead of using a string of characters, you can choose a passphrase that is between 16 and 40 characters long and contains at least three dictionary words separated by at least one special character. For example, big#three;fork (14 characters long) and circlefaceglass (no special characters) are invalid passphrases, but @big#three;fork& and circle;face;glass are valid passphrases.

      Passwords and passphrases are case-sensitive.

    6. Enter the new password to log in to Junos Space.
    7. Type S to install the virtual appliance as a Junos Space node.

      This Junos Space node can be installed as one of the following:
      (S)pace Platform
      Full functionality. Every Junos Space Installation requires at least one Space node.
      (F)MPM
      Specialized to fault and performance monitoring only. This requires at least one Space node.
      Choose the type of node to be installed [S/F] S
    8. Configure the IP address for the eth0 interface.
      Configuring Eth0:
      
      1> Configure IPv4
      2> Configure Both IPv4 and IPv6
      
      R> Redraw Menu
      
      Choice [1-2,R]: 
      • To configure the IPv4 address of the eth0 interface:

        1. Type 1.
        2. Type the IPv4 address for eth0 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
          Please enter new IPv4 address for interface eth0: 
          192.0.2.50

          Note: All nodes that you configure in a cluster (fabric) must be in the same subnet.

        3. Type the subnet mask for the IPv4 address and press Enter.
          Please enter new IPv4 subnet mask for interface eth0: 
          255.255.0.0
        4. Type the IPv4 address of the default gateway for the eth0 Ethernet interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
          Enter the default IPv4 gateway as a dotted-decimal IP Address: 
          192.0.2.150
      • To configure both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses:

        1. Type 2.
        2. Type the IPv4 address for the eth0 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
          Please enter new IPv4 address for interface eth0
          192.0.2.50
        3. Type a subnet mask for the IPv4 address in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
          Please enter new IPv4 subnet mask for interface eth0: 
          255.255.0.0
        4. Type the IPv4 address of the default gateway for the eth0 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
          Enter the default IPv4 gateway as a dotted decimal IP Address: 
          192.0.2.150
        5. Type the IPv6 address and prefix for the eth0 interface and press Enter.
          Please enter new IPv6 address with prefix (IPv6 Address/prefix) for interface eth0:
          2001:db8:0:1:192:0:2:50/64

          Note: If you configure an IPv6 address for the eth0 interface, you must configure an IPv6 address for the name server.

        6. Type the IPv6 address of the default gateway for the eth0 interface and press Enter.
          Enter the IPv6 gateway:
          2001:db8:0:1:192:0:2:150
    9. Type the IPv4 address of the name server for the eth0 interface and press Enter.
      Please type the IPv4 nameserver address in dotted decimal notation:
      192.0.2.10
    10. Type the IPv6 address of the name server for the eth0 interface and press Enter.
      Please type the IPv6 nameserver address:
      2001:db8:0:1:192:0:2:10
    11. Specify whether you want to configure the eth3 Ethernet interface.
      Configure a separate interface for device management? [y/n]

      Note:

      • On a Junos Space fabric with two or more Junos Space nodes, if you configure the eth3 interface as the device management interface on one Junos Space node, then you must also configure the eth3 interface as the device management interface on all the other Junos Space nodes in that fabric.
      • When you configure the eth3 interface as the device management interface, the IP addresses of the eth0 and eth3 Ethernet interfaces must be in different subnets.
      • Type Y if you want to use a different Ethernet interface (eth3) to manage devices.
        Configuring device management interface eth3:
        
        1> Configure IPv4
        2> Configure IPv6
        3> Configure Both IPv4 and IPv6
        
        R> Redraw Menu
        
        Choice [1-3,R]: 
        
        • To configure the IPv4 address of the eth3 interface:

          1. Type 1.
          2. Type the IPv4 address for eth3 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
            Please enter new IPv4 address for interface eth3: 
            192.0.2.25
          3. Type the new subnet mask of the IPv4 address in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
            Please enter new IPv4 subnet mask for interface eth3: 
            255.255.0.0
          4. Type the IPv4 address of the default gateway for the eth3 Ethernet interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
            Enter the default IPv4 gateway for this interface: 
            192.0.2.155
          5. Type the IPv4 address of the name server for the eth3 interface and press Enter.
            Please type the IPv4 nameserver address in dotted decimal notation:
            192.0.2.22
        • To configure the IPv6 address of the eth3 interface:

          1. Type 2.
          2. Type the IPv6 address with prefix for the eth3 interface.
            Please enter new IPv6 address with prefix (IPv6 Address/prefix) for interface eth3:
            2001:db8:20:1:192:20:2:50/64
          3. Type the IPv6 address of the default gateway for the eth3 interface.
            Enter the default IPv6 gateway for this interface:
            2001:db8:20:1:192:20:2:150
          4. Type the IPv6 address of the name server for the eth3 interface and press Enter.
            Please type the IPv6 nameserver address:
            2001:db8:20:1:192:0:2:10
        • To configure both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses:

          1. Type 3.
          2. Type the IPv4 address for the eth3 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
            Please enter new IPv4 address for interface eth3:
            192.0.2.25
          3. Type a subnet mask for the IPv4 address in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
            Please enter new IPv4 subnet mask for interface eth3: 
            255.255.0.0
          4. Type the IPv4 address of the default gateway for the eth3 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
            Enter the default IPv4 gateway for this interface: 
            192.0.2.155
          5. Type the IPv6 address and prefix for the eth3 interface and press Enter.
            Please enter new IPv6 address with prefix (IPv6 Address/prefix) for interface eth3:
            2001:db8:20:1:192:20:2:50/64

            Note: You must provide an IPv6 address for the name server if you configure an IPv6 address for the eth3 interface.

          6. Type the IPv6 address of the default gateway for the eth3 interface and press Enter.
            Enter the default IPv6 gateway for this interface:
            2001:db8:20:1:192:20:2:150
          7. Type the IPv4 address of the name server for the eth3 interface and press Enter.
            Please type the IPv4 nameserver address in dotted decimal notation:
            192.0.2.22
          8. Type the IPv6 address of the name server for the eth3 interface and press Enter.
            Please type the IPv6 nameserver address:
            2001:db8:20:1:192:0:2:10
      • Type N if you want to use only the Ethernet interface eth0 to manage devices and the Junos Space Web clients.
    12. Specify whether you want to configure the node as a standalone node or you want to add it to an existing cluster.
      Will this Junos Space system be added to an existing cluster? [y/n] 
      • To add the node to an existing cluster, type y and press Enter.

        You are prompted to specify whether you want to configure NAT. Follow the procedure outlined in.Configuring Access to Junos Space Through a NAT Gateway.

      • To configure the node as a standalone node, type n and press Enter.

        You are prompted to enter the IP address for Web access.

        Configuring IP address for web GUI:
        
        1> Configure Both IPv4 and IPv6
        
        R> Redraw Menu
        
        Choice [1,R]: 1

        Note: If you configure only an IPv4 address for the eth0 interface, you are provided with an option to configure only the IPv4 address for Web access.

        1. Type 1 to configure the IPv4 and IPv6 addresses that will be used to access Junos Space Network Management Platform through a browser.

          Note: The IP address for Web access must be in the same subnet as the IP address for the eth0 interface, but must be a different IP address.

        2. Type the IPv4 address in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
          Please enter IPv4 address for web GUI:
          192.0.2.75
        3. Type the IPv6 address and press Enter.
          Please enter new IPv6 address for web GUI:
          2001:db8:0:1:192:0:3:50

          You are prompted to specify whether you want to configure NAT.

        4. Follow the procedure outlined in.Configuring Access to Junos Space Through a NAT Gateway.

          You are then prompted to configure the NTP server.

        5. Specify whether you want to configure the NTP server and time for the Junos Space node:
          Add NTP Server? [y/n]
          • To skip configuring the NTP server:
            1. Type n.

              The current time of the Space node is displayed. You can edit the time or leave it as is.

            2. Press Enter.
          • To configure the NTP server:
            1. Type y to synchronize the node with an external NTP server and press Enter.

              You are prompted to enter the new NTP server.

            2. Enter the IP address or the URI of the NTP server.
              Please type the new NTP server: device1.example.com

              On successful addition of the NTP server, a message appears as shown in the following sample:

              Added device1.example.com

          You are prompted to enter a display name for the node.

        6. Type a display name for this node and press Enter.
          Please enter display name for this node: jsnode1

          This is the name that Junos Space displays for the first node in a Junos Space cluster.

        7. Type the password for cluster maintenance mode and press Enter.
          Enter password for cluster maintenance mode:

          Note:

          • You can choose a password that is at least eight characters long and contains characters from at least three of the following four character classes: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers (0 through 9), and special characters. Ab(3)def, o0*wwrty, and 9Rtsgukj are some examples of valid password for maintenance mode.
          • When you configure the other nodes in a cluster (fabric), you are not prompted to enter a maintenance-mode password. The maintenance-mode password that you specify when you configure the first node of the cluster is applicable to all other nodes in that cluster (fabric); in other words, the entire cluster of nodes has the same maintenance-mode password.

          You are prompted to retype the password.

          Re-enter password:
        8. Retype the password for cluster maintenance mode and press Enter.

          If the Junos Space Virtual Appliance that you are configuring is a Junos Space Platform 16.1R1 installation, you are prompted to specify whether you want to restore backed up data.

          Do you want to restore Space backup? [Y/N]:
        9. Perform one of the following actions depending on whether you are upgrading Junos Space Platform on the node or configuring a new Junos Space node.
          • Type Y to restore backed up data if you are upgrading Junos Space Platform.

            A message is displayed, warning you to wait till the backed up data is completely restored and all required Junos Space services are started on the node before attempting to access the Web GUI.

            The Settings Summary is displayed, as shown in the following example:

            Settings Summary:
            
            > IPv4 Change: eth0 is 192.168.26.151 / 255.255.254.0
            > Default IPv4 Gateway = 192.168.27.10 on eth0
            > IPV6 Change: eth0 is 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1b37 / 64
            > Default IPv6 Gateway = 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1bbd on eth0
            > IPv4 DNS add: 192.168.27.2
            > DNS add: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1bbd
            > Create as first node or standalone
            > Web IPv4 address 192.168.26.152
            > Web IPv6 address is 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1b38/64
            > NTP add: device1.example.com
            > NAT IPv4 Outbound SSH IP: 192.168.130.2
            > NAT IPv4 Outbound SSH Port: 5051
            > NAT IPv4 Trap IP: 192.168.130.2
            > NAT IPv4 Trap Port: 5052
            > NAT IPv6 Outbound SSH IP: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:130:0:2
            > NAT IPv6 Outbound SSH Port: 5053
            > NAT IPv6 Trap IP: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:130:0:2
            > NAT IPv6 Trap Port: 5054
            > Node display name is "node1"
            > Password for Junos Space maintenance mode is set.
            
            
            A> Apply settings
            C> Change settings
            Q> Quit and set up later
            R> Redraw Menu
            
            Choice [ACQR]:
            
            1. Type A and press Enter to apply settings.

              You are prompted to specify the location from where you want to restore the backup.

              1> Remote Server
              2> USB
              3> Local
              
              M> Return to Main Menu
              R> Redraw Menu
              
              Choice [1-3 MR]: 
            2. Select one of the following options depending on where the backup file is stored:
              • To restore from a remote SCP server:
                1. Type 1 and press Enter.

                  You are prompted to confirm if you want to proceed with restoring the backup from the remote server.

                  You have selected [ Remote Server ]. Do you want to Continue? [y/N]:
                  
                2. Type Y.

                  You are prompted to enter the IPv4 address of the remote server.

                  Please enter Remote Server IP:
                3. Type the IPv4 address of the remote server and press Enter.

                  You are prompted to enter the port number of the remote server.

                  Please enter port number for Remote Server <Remote server IP address>:
                4. Enter a port number of the remote server and press Enter.

                  You are prompted to enter the username to access the remote server.

                  Please enter Remote Server <Remote server IP address> user:
                  
                5. Type the username and press Enter.

                  You are prompted to enter the password of the user.

                  Please enter Remote Server user <Remote server user> password:
                  
                6. Type the password and press Enter.

                  You are prompted to enter the full path of the directory where the backup file is stored.

                  Enter the path of the directory containing backup files:
                  
                7. Type the full path of the directory and press Enter.

                  The messages displayed on the console indicate whether the data is restored successfully to the Junos Space node.

              • To restore from a USB drive:

                Note: Before you restore from a USB drive, you must ensure that the USB drive is plugged-in and mounted to the path /tmp/pendrive.

                1. Type 2 and press Enter to restore the backup from the USB drive.

                  The messages displayed on the console indicate whether the data is restored successfully to the Junos Space node.

                2. Unmount the USB drive by typing the following command:

                  umount /tmp/pendrive

                  You can unplug the USB drive after you unmount it.

              • To restore from a local drive:

                Note: To restore data from a local drive, you must first copy the backup file from the backup location to the Junos Space node.

                1. Type 3 and press Enter.

                  You are prompted to enter the full path of the directory where the back up file is stored.

                  Enter the tar file path to restore from local:
                2. Type the full path of the directory and press Enter.

                  The messages displayed on the console indicate whether the data is restored successfully to the Junos Space node.

            When the data is restored successfully, JBoss services are started on the node and you can access the Junos Space Platform UI through a browser by using the virtual IP (VIP) address configured for Web access.

            The Junos Space Settings menu is displayed at this point of time after the data is restored and the services restarted.

          • Type N if you are configuring the first node of a new Junos Space Platform 16.1R1 installation and not upgrading Junos Space Platform.

            A message indicating that you have opted for a fresh installation of Junos Space Platform is displayed. You are prompted to specify whether you want to continue.

            You have chosen for fresh installation, backup taken from 15.2R2 will not be restored. Do you want to still proceed with fresh installation?
            • Perform one of the following actions:
              • Type Y to proceed with the fresh installation.

                You are prompted to back up restored data.

                Do you want to Restore Space Backup?
                • Type Y to restore backed up data and go to Step i.
                • Type N to proceed with the fresh installation.
              • Type N.

            The Settings Summary is displayed, as shown in the following example:

            Settings Summary:
            
            > IPv4 Change: eth0 is 192.168.26.151 / 255.255.254.0
            > Default IPv4 Gateway = 192.168.27.10 on eth0
            > IPV6 Change: eth0 is 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1b37 / 64
            > Default IPv6 Gateway = 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1bbd on eth0
            > IPv4 DNS add: 192.168.27.2
            > DNS add: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1bbd
            > Create as first node or standalone
            > Web IPv4 address 192.168.26.152
            > Web IPv6 address is 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:c0a9:1b38/64
            > NTP add: device1.example.com
            > NAT IPv4 Outbound SSH IP: 192.168.130.2
            > NAT IPv4 Outbound SSH Port: 5051
            > NAT IPv4 Trap IP: 192.168.130.2
            > NAT IPv4 Trap Port: 5052
            > NAT IPv6 Outbound SSH IP: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:130:0:2
            > NAT IPv6 Outbound SSH Port: 5053
            > NAT IPv6 Trap IP: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:130:0:2
            > NAT IPv6 Trap Port: 5054
            > Node display name is "node1"
            > Password for Junos Space maintenance mode is set.
            
            
            A> Apply settings
            C> Change settings
            Q> Quit and set up later
            R> Redraw Menu
            
            Choice [ACQR]:A
            
            • If the summary information is correct, type A to apply the settings.

              The Junos Space Settings Menu is displayed, as shown in the following example:

              Junos Space Settings Menu
              
              1> Change Password
              2> Change Network Settings
              3> Change Time Options
              4> Retrieve Logs
              5> Security
              6> Expand VM Drive Size
              7> (Debug) run shell
              
              A> Apply Settings 
              Q> Quit
              R> Redraw Menu
              
              Choice [1-7,QR]:
            • If the summary information is not correct, type C to change the settings.

              You are prompted to reenter all the basic configuration information that you have configured up to this point.

    13. (Optional) Expand the VM drive size.

      Note: Before expanding the VM drive size, ensure enough disk space is available on the host for allocation to the partitions of the virtual appliance. If no free space is available on the host for allocation, the No free disk space message appears and the Junos Space Settings Menu is displayed.

      1. Type 6 to expand the VM drive size.
      2. Enter the admin password.

        The following caution appears:

        ---------Caution--------
        Expanding Disk drives would stop Jboss and MySQL processes and reboot the node, all the GUI users would be logged out automatically
        Note: This will cause Space Fabric to failover to other node.
        
      3. Type y to continue expanding the drive size or type n to return to the Junos Space Settings Menu.
        Do you want to continue? [y/n]
        y

        If you type y, you are prompted to specify the partition that you want to expand.

      4. Enter the number present against the partition that you want to expand; for example, type 1 to expand the / partition or 5 to quit expanding disks and return to the Junos Space Settings Menu.
        Begin to stop Jboss and MySQL...
        Service Jboss and MySQL stopped
        
        Which partition do you want to expand?
        
        1) /
        2) /var
        3) /var/log
        4) /tmp
        5) Quit
        
        Select a partition: 1 
        

        The free space that can be allocated is displayed and you are prompted to enter the space that you want to allocate to the partition.

        Current disk partition size of / is 22G
        Total 4.97G free disk space can be allocated
        
      5. Enter the additional disk space that you want to allocate.

        You can enter the disk space in megabytes (M), gigabytes (G), or terabytes (T). Do not add a space between the number and the unit; for example, enter 50M and not 50 M, 10G and not 10 G, and so on.

        How much additional disk space is to be added(Acceptable suffixes: M|G|T): 1M

        You are prompted whether you want to expand more drives.

        Increasing size of LV /dev/jmpvgnocf/lvroot
          Extending logical volume lvroot to 22.59 GB
          Logical volume lvroot successfully resized
        Resizing / onto new space, this will take a few minutes
        resize4fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010)
        Filesystem at /dev/jmpvgnocf/lvroot is mounted on /; on-line resizing required
        old desc_blocks = 2, new_desc_blocks = 2
        Performing an on-line resize of /dev/jmpvgnocf/lvroot to 5922816 (4k) blocks.
        The filesystem on /dev/jmpvgnocf/lvroot is now 5922816 blocks long.
        
        4.94G free disk space available
        Do you want to expand more disks? [y/N]
        
      6. Type y to continue adding disk space or n to return to the Junos Space Settings Menu.

        When you type n, the node is rebooted and the JBoss and MySQL processes that were stopped are resumed. If the VM drive size was expanded on a primary node, the node becomes secondary when it comes up.

    14. Type Q and press Enter to exit the Junos Space Settings Menu.

      The configuration of the Junos Space Virtual Appliance is now complete. It takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes after the configuration for the Junos Space Network Management Platform GUI to be up. You can access the Junos Space Network Management Platform by using a Web browser. Use super as the default username and juniper123 as the password.

    Note:

    • If you have specified that the Junos Space node is the first node in the fabric or a standalone node, you can access Junos Space Network Management Platform by typing the IP address configured for the Web GUI in a browser.
    • If you have specified that the Junos Space node is part of an existing cluster (fabric), then you must add the Junos Space node to the Junos Space fabric using the Junos Space Network Management Web GUI. For more information, see the Adding a Node to an Existing Junos Space Fabric topic in the Junos Space Network Management Platform User Guide (available at https://www.juniper.net/techpubs).

    Configuring Access to Junos Space Through a NAT Gateway

    You can choose to configure access to Junos Space through a NAT gateway when you are configuring a Junos Space node.

    When prompted, specify whether you want to configure access to Junos Space using NAT.

    Do you want to enable NAT service ? [Y/N]
    
    • To configure NAT, type Y.

      Note:

      • If you choose to configure NAT, the options that are displayed depend on the IP address or addresses that you have configured for the device management interface. If you have configured eth3 as the device management interface, then the options that are displayed will depend on the IP address or addresses configured for eth3. If eth3 is not configured, the displayed options will depend on the IP address configuration of the eth0 interface.
      • If the device management interface is assigned an IPv4 address, you are prompted to enter the IPv4 address for the NAT interfaces. If the device management interface is assigned an IPv6 address, you are prompted to enter the IPv6 address for the NAT interfaces. If the device management interface is assigned an IPv4 address and an IPv6 address, you are prompted to select either IPv4, IPv6, or both for the NAT interfaces.
      • If you are adding the node to an existing cluster and eth3 is configured, you are prompted to specify whether you want to configure the trap interface. You must choose to configure the trap interface, if you are adding the node as the standby VIP node. If eth3 is not configured for the node, you are not prompted to configure the trap interface.

      You are prompted to configure NAT IP addresses.

      1> Configure IPv4
      2> Configure IPv6
      3> Configure IPv4 and IPv6
      
      R> Redraw Menu
      Choice [1-3, R]: 
      • To configure the IPv4 address:
        1. Type 1 and press Enter.
        2. Type the IPv4 address of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.
          Configuring NAT : 
          
          Configuring IPV4 OutboundSSH for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH IP Address
          192.168.190.7
          
        3. Type the port number of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.

          The port number must be in the range 0-65535.

          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH Port Number
          4545
          
        4. Type the IPv4 address of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.

          The IP address must be in the range 1.0.0.1 - 223.255.255.254 excluding 127.x.x.x.

          Configuring IPV4 Trap for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Trap IP Address
          192.168.27.1
          
        5. Type the port number of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.
          Please enter the NAT Trap Port Number
          4584
          
      • To configure the IPv6 address:
        1. Type 2 and press Enter.
        2. Type the IPv6 address of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.
          Configuring NAT : 
          
          Configuring IPV6 OutboundSSH for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH IP Address
          2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:130:0:2
          
        3. Type the port number of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.

          The port number must be in the range 0-65535.

          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH Port Number
          5054
          
        4. Type the IPv6 address of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.

          The IP address must be in the range 1.0.0.1 - 223.255.255.254 excluding 127.x.x.x

          Configuring IPV6 Trap for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Trap IP Address
          2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:130:0:2
        5. Type the port number of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.
          Please enter the NAT Trap Port Number
          
          5054
      • To configure IPv4 and IPv6:
        1. Type 3 and press Enter.
        2. Type the IPv4 address of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.

          The IP address must be in the range 1.0.0.1 - 223.255.255.254 excluding 127.x.x.x.

          Configuring IPV4 OutboundSSH for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH IP Address
          192.168.190.7
          
        3. Type the port number of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.

          The port number must be in the range 0-65535.

          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH Port Number
          4545
          
        4. Type the IPv4 address of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.

          The IP address must be in the range 1.0.0.1 - 223.255.255.254 excluding 127.x.x.x.

          Configuring IPV4 Trap for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Trap IP Address
          192.168.27.1
          
        5. Type the port number of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.

          The port number must be in the range 0-65535.

          Please enter the NAT Trap Port Number
          4584
          
        6. Type the IPv6 address of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.
          Configuring IPV6 OutboundSSH for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH IP Address
          2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:130:0:2
          
        7. Type the port number of the NAT outbound SSH interface and press Enter.

          The port number must be in the range 0-65535.

          Please enter the NAT Outbound SSH Port Number
          7075
        8. Type the IPv6 address of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.

          The IP address must be in the range 1.0.0.1 - 223.255.255.254 excluding 127.x.x.x.

          Configuring IPV6 Trap for NAT:
          
          Please enter the NAT Trap IP Address
          2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:130:0:2
          
        9. Type the port number of the NAT trap interface and press Enter.

          The port number must be in the range 0-65535.

          Please enter the NAT Trap Port Number
          7076
    • If you do not want to configure NAT, type N and press Enter.

    If you are configuring a standalone node, you are prompted to configure the NTP server. Go to Step e.

    If you are configuring a node to be added to an existing cluster, the Settings Summary is displayed, as shown in the following example:

    Settings Summary
    
    > IPv4 Change: eth0 is 192.168.26.151 / 255.255.254.0
    > Default IPv4 Gateway = 192.168.27.10 on eth0
    > IPV6 Change: eth0 is 2001:db8:30:0:0:26:0:97 / 120
    > Default IPv6 Gateway = 2001:db8:30:0:0:26:0:95 on eth0
    > IPv4 DNS add: 192.168.27.2
    > DNS add: 2001:db8:30:0:0:26:0:97
    > IPv4 Change: eth3 is 192.168.130.2 / 255.255.254.0
    > eth3 IPv4 Gateway: 192.168.130.5
    > IPV6 Change: eth3 is 2001:db8:35:0:0:130:0:97 / 120
    > eth3 IPv6 Gateway: 2001:db8:35:0:0:130:0:95
    > NAT IPv4 Outbound SSH IP: 192.168.26.213
    > NAT IPv4 Outbound SSH Port: 5051
    > NAT IPv6 Outbound SSH IP: 2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:130:0:2
    > NAT IPv6 Outbound SSH Port: 5053
    > Node to be added to existing cluster
    
    
    A> Apply settings
    C> Change settings
    Q> Quit and set up later
    R> Redraw Menu
    
    Choice [ACQR]:
    
    • If the summary information is correct, type A to apply the settings.

      The Junos Space Settings Menu is displayed, as shown in the following example:

      Junos Space Settings Menu
      
      1> Change Password
      2> Change Network Settings
      3> Change Time Options
      4> Retrieve Logs
      5> Security
      6> Expand VM Drive Size
      7> (Debug) run shell
      
      A> Apply Settings 
      Q> Quit
      R> Redraw Menu
      
      Choice [1-7,QR]:
    • If the summary information is not correct, type C to change the settings.

      You are prompted to reenter all the basic configuration information that you have configured up to this point.

    • To quit the configuration without applying the settings, type Q.

      The Junos Space Settings Menu is displayed.

      Caution: If you quit the configuration without applying the settings, then all the settings are discarded.

    Configuring the eth1 Ethernet Interface

    You use the eth1 Ethernet interface as the administrative interface for a Junos Space node. Configure the eth1 interface after the Junos Space node reboots after completing the basic configuration.

    Note:

    • The eth1 interface must be configured separately for each node in a multinode fabric.
    • If you configure the eth1 interface, SSH is disabled on the eth0 and the eth3 interfaces. You can then access the CLI of the Junos Space virtual appliance only through the eth1 interface.

    To configure the eth1 interface:

    1. On the Junos Space Settings Menu, type 7 to access the shell.

      You are prompted to enter your password.

    2. Type your password and press Enter.

      The shell prompt appears.

    3. At the shell prompt, type jmp_config and press Enter.

      You are prompted to enter the IP address of the eth1 interface.

    4. Type the IP address of the eth1 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.

      The IP address can be in the same subnet as the virtual IP (VIP) address or in a different subnet. If the IP address is not in the same subnet as the VIP address, you are prompted to enter the subnet mask and then the default gateway for the eth1 interface.

    5. (Optional) Type the subnet mask for the eth1 interface in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.
    6. (Optional) Type the default gateway in dotted-decimal notation and press Enter.

      The eth1 interface is configured.

    7. To verify that the eth1 address is configured, run the ifconfig eth1 command and check that the IP address displayed for eth1 is the same as the one that you configured.

      You can now access the Junos Space node through the eth1 interface to perform administrative tasks.

    To troubleshoot issues in configuring the eth1 interface, refer to the /var/log/changeEth1.log file.

    Modified: 2016-12-02