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    Adding Unmanaged Devices

    In the Junos Space Network Management Platform context, unmanaged devices are those made by vendors other than Juniper Networks, Inc. You can add such devices to Junos Space Platform manually, or by importing multiple devices simultaneously from a CSV file.

    To add a non-Juniper device to Junos Space Network Management Platform:

    1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Devices > Unmanaged Devices.

      The Add Unmanaged Devices page is displayed.

    2. You can add non-Juniper devices either manually or using a CSV file. To add the devices manually, select the Add Manually option button.

      The Device Details area is displayed on the Add Unmanaged Devices page.

    3. Select the IP Address or Hostname option button.

      If you selected the IP Address option, enter the IP address of the device.

      Note: You can enter the IP address in either IPv4 or IPv6 format. Refer to http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ipv4-address-space.xhtml for the list of restricted IPv4 addresses and http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv6-address-space/ipv6-address-space.xhtml for the list of restricted IPv6 addresses.

      If you selected the Hostname option, enter the hostname of the device.

    4. (Optional) In the Vendor field, enter the name of the device’s vendor.
      The maximum length is 256 characters. Spaces are acceptable.
    5. (Optional) Select the Configure Loopback check box if you want to configure the loopback address for the device.

      If you do so, the Loopback Settings area appears.

      1. In the Loopback Name field, enter the loopback name for the device.
      2. In the Loopback Address field, enter the loopback address for the device.

        You can specify both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses as loopback addresses. The valid range for IPv4 loopback address is 1.0.0.1–223.255.255.254. The valid range for IPv6 loopback address is 1::–ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff.

    6. Select the Use SNMP check box to use SNMP to gather device information.
      If you do so, the SNMP Settings area is displayed.
    7. Use the option buttons to select either SNMP V1/V2C or SNMP V3.
      • If you select SNMP V1/V2C, the Community field appears. Enter the appropriate SNMP community string (password) to give access to the device.
      • If you select SNMP V3, several fields appear, as described in Table 1. Enter values as appropriate.

        Table 1: SNMP V3 Configuration Parameters

        Name

        Value

        Username

        Username previously configured on the device

        Authentication type

        Algorithm used for authentication: MD5, SHA1, or None. MD5 or SHA1 is used to create a hash of the authentication password. Note that only this password is encrypted, not any other packets transmitted.

        Authentication password

        Password that authenticates Junos Space Network Management Platform to the device to gain access to it. The password must have at least eight characters and can include alphanumeric and special characters, but not control characters.

        Privacy type

        Encryption algorithm used to encrypt transmitted packets: AES128, AES192, AES256, DES, or None.

        Privacy password

        Password that allows reading the transmissions themselves. The password must have at least eight characters.

    8. (Optional) To add non-Juniper devices using the CSV file, select the Import From CSV option button on the Add Unmanaged Devices page.
    9. The Import area appears, displaying the following links:
      • View Sample CSV
      • Select a CSV To Upload.

      Clicking View Sample CSV displays a CSV file in the format shown in Table 2.

      Table 2: Columns in a Sample CSV File for Importing Unmanaged Devices

      Column Heading

      Sample Data

      Validation

      Host Name or IP Address

      Sunnyvale_R1

      Name: Limit of 256 characters, no spaces.
      IP address: Dotted decimal notation.

      Vendor

      ABC

      Alphabetic characters only

      Device UserName

      abcd

      No validation from Junos Space Network Management Platform

      Device Password

      abcd123

      No validation from Junos Space Network Management Platform

      SNMP Version

      SNMP V3

      SNMP V3, or SNMP V1 or V2C

      Community

      N/A (for SNMP V3)

      Community string (authentication password) for V2; otherwise, N/A

      SNMP Username

      abcde

      Username for SNMP V3; otherwise, N/A

      Authentication Type

      MD5

      MD5, SHA1, or N/A

      Authentication Password

      abcde123

      Must have at least eight characters and can include alphanumeric and special characters, but not control characters

      Privacy Type

      DES

      DES, AES128, AES192, AES256, or N/A

      Privacy Password

      abcde123

      Must have at least eight characters and can include alphanumeric and special characters, but not control characters; can be the same as the authentication password

      Loopback Name

      lo0

      Loopback name for the device

      Loopback Address

      127.0.0.1

      Loopback address for the device. The loopback address should be a valid IP address in the range of 1.0.0.0 to 223.255.255.255

      Note: You should enter a valid loopback address or enter “N/A” in the Loopback Address column. If you enter an invalid loopback address or leave the cell empty, the associated unmanaged device is not added to Junos Space Network Management Platform.

    10. When you have a complete CSV file, select Select a CSV To Upload.
    11. Click Next.

      The Add Unmanaged Devices page displays the list of unmanaged devices with their details.

    12. Click Finish.

      You are redirected to the Unmanaged Devices page.

    Modified: 2017-09-13