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Configuring Multi Tenancy Logical Systems

Logical system enables you to partition a single device in to secure contexts. It allows you to virtually divide a supported SRX Series devices, securing them from intrusion and attacks, and protecting them from false conditions outside their own context. Each logical system has its own discrete administrative domain, logical interfaces, routing interfaces, security firewall and other security features.

An SRX Series device with a multitenant logical systems device, can give various departments, organizations, customers, and partners a private use of the portion of its resource and a private view of the device. Using logical systems, you can share system and underlying physical machine resources among discrete user logical systems and the master logical system.

Root users can switch to Logical system context by navigating to Configure>Multi tenancy>Logical systems or Tenants page and selecting any one listed instance and clicking Enter LSYS or Enter TENANT,

Roles supported for Logical system and Tenant

J-Web supports the following roles with respect to Logical system and tenant.

Note Tenant administrator and read-only users are created from Tenant wizard by selecting appropriate roles.

If you have opened J-Web in multiple tabs in the browser, and if in one of the tab you switch mode to Logical system or Tenant, then the other instances of J-Web in the other tabs will automatically switch to Logical system or Tenant.

J-Web maintains different session for different protocols, such as http or https.

When you refresh the screen, you will not be logged out; instead the screen is refreshed, and you will continue in the same session.

Procedure

  1. Select Configure>Multi Tenancy>Logical Systems.

    The Logical Systems page appears. Table 260 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Enter LSYS — Enter the selected logical system. Table 261 explains the content of this page.

    • More— select this option to view the logical system details.

    • Add icon (+)— Create a new logical system. Enter information as specified in Table 262.

    • Edit icon (/)— Edit the selected logical system. Enter information as specified in Table 262.

    • Delete icon (X)—Deletes the selected logical system.

    • Search icon— Enables you to search a logical system in the grid.

    • Show Hide Column Filter icon —Enables you to show or hide a column in the grid.

  3. Click Commit icon at the top of the J-Web page. The following commit options are displayed.

    • Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Compare—Enables you to compare the current configuration with the previous configuration.

    • Discard—Discards the configuration changes you performed in the J-Web.

    • Preferences—There are two tab:

      Commit preferences—You can choose to just validate or validate and commit the changes.

      Confirm commit timeout (in min) —You can select the commit timeout interval.

Note During the report generation if you switch context, then a confirmation message is displayed. Click Yes to stop the report generation and to switch the context. Click No to continue to generate the report and not to switch context.

Table 260: Logical System profile page

Field

Function

Name

Displays the name of the logical system.

Resource Profile

Displays the name of the resource profile.

Users

Displays the logical system admin and users.

Assigned Interfaces

Displays the assigned logical interfaces.

Refresh

Displays manual refresh option must be used to refresh the above data.

Table 261: Enter LSYS page options

Field FunctionAction

Select Widget

Specifies the following widgets:

  • Logical System Profile.

  • Logical System CPU Profile.

  • Logical System FW No Hits.

Drag and drop a widget to add it to your dashboard. Once widgets are added to the dashboard, they can be edited, refreshed, or removed by hovering over the widget header and selecting the option. The manual refresh option must be used to refresh the widget data.

Add Tabs

Specify to add the dashboards

Select (+) option to add a dashboard.

Table 262: Create-Edit the Logical System

Field FunctionAction
General

Name

Displays the logical system name of a selected Resource Profile. Only one Resource Profile can be selected, per logical system.

Enter a unique string of alphanumeric characters, colons, periods, dashes, and underscores. No spaces are allowed; maximum length is 63 characters.

Create-Edit the security Profiles

Click one:

  • Add icon (+)— Adds Resource Profiles.

  • Edit icon (/)— Edits the selected Resource Profiles.

  • Delete icon (X) — Deletes the selected Resource Profiles.

  • Search icon—Enables you to search a Resource Profile in the grid.

  • Filter icon — Enables you to filter the selected option in the grid.

  • Show Hide Column Filter icon—Enables you to show or hide a column in the grid.

Profile Name

Displays the name of the security profile.

Enter a unique string with an alphanumeric character and can include underscores; no spaces allowed; 31-character maximum.

IPS Policy

Specify the IPS Policy.

Select the IPS Policy

Resource Name

nat-pat-portnum

Specify the maximum quantity and the reserved quantity of ports for the logical system as part of its security profile.

dslite-softwire-initiator

Specify the number of IPv6 dual-stack lite (DS-Lite) softwire initiators that can connect to the softwire concentrator configured in either a user logical system or the master logical system.

cpu

Specify the percentage of CPU utilization that is always available to a logical system.

appfw-rule

Specify the number of application firewall rule configurations that a master administrator can configure for a master logical system or user logical system when the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-interface-port-ol

Specify the number of application firewall rule set configurations that a master administrator can configure for a master logical system or user logical system when the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-rule-referenced-prefix

Specify the security NAT interface port overloading the quota of a logical system.

nat-port-ol-ipnumber

Specify the number of NAT port overloading IP number configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-cone-binding

Specify the number of NAT cone binding configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-static-rule

Specify the number of NAT static rule configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-destination-rule

Specify the number of NAT destination rule configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-source-rule

Specify the NAT source rule configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-nopat-address

Specify the number of NAT without port address translation configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-pat-address

Specify the number of NAT with port address translation (PAT) configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-destination-pool

Specify the number of NAT destination pool configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-source-pool

Specify the NAT source pool configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

flow-gate

Specify the number of flow gates, also known as pinholes that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

flow-session

Specify the number of flow sessions that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

policy

Specify the number of security policies with a count that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

security-log-stream-number

Specify the Security log stream number quota of a logical system.

scheduler

Specify the number of schedulers that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

zone

Specify the zones that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

auth-entry

Specify the number of firewall authentication entries that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

appfw-profile

Specify the application firewall profile quota of a logical system.

address-book

Specify the entries in the address book. Address book entries can include any combination of IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, DNS names, wildcard addresses, and address range.

Reserved

Specify reserved quota that guarantees that the resource amount specified is always available to the logical system.

Maximum

Specify the maximum allowed quota.

Users

Click one:

  • Add icon (+) — Create users.

  • Edit icon (/) — Edit the selected users.

  • Delete icon (X)— Delete the selected users.

Create-Edit users

User Name

Displays the user name.

Maximum length is 64 characters.

Role

Specify the role of the user form the following options:

  • Logical System Administrator

  • Read only Access User

    Note: LSYS Read Only user can only view the options but cannot modify them.

Select any one option from the drop down list.

Password

Specify the password for the user.

Select a password which is more than 6 characters but less than 128 characters.

Confirm Password

Confirm the password.

Confirm the set password.

Interfaces

Click One:

  • Enable/Disable — Enable or disable the physical interface.

  • Add icon (+) — Add logical interfaces.

  • Edit icon (/) —Edit the selected users.

  • Delete icon (X)— Delete the selected users.

Create-Edit logical interfaces

Physical Interface Name

Displays the name of the Physical Interface.

Select a physical interface name from the grid.

Logical Interface Unit

Displays the logical Interface Unit

Enter the logical interface unit.

Description

Displays the description.

Enter the description.

VLAN ID

Displays the VLAN ID.

Enter the VLAN ID. VLAN ID is mandatory.

IPV4 Address

IPV4 Address

Enter a valid IP address.

Subnet Mask

Subnet Mask

Enter a valid subnet mask.

IPV6 Address

IPV6 Address

Enter a valid IP address.

Zones

Click One:

  • Enable/Disable — Enable or disable the physical interface.

  • Add icon (+) — Create security zones.

  • Edit icon (/) —Edit the selected security zones.

  • Delete icon (X)— Delete the selected security zone.

Create-Edit Security Zones

Name

Displays the name of the zones.

Enter a valid name of the zone.

Description

Displays the description of the zones.

Enter a description of the zone.

Application Tracking

Displays the application tracking support to the zone.

Enables the application tracking support.

Selected interface

Displays the selected interface.

Select an interface.

System service options

Select system services from the following options:


  • all - Specify all system services.

  • any-service - Specify services on entire port range..

  • appqoe- Specify the APPQOE active probe service.

  • bootp - Specify the Bootp and dhcp relay agent service.

  • dhcp - Specify the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.

  • dhcpv6- Enable Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for IPV6.

  • dns- Specify the DNS service.

  • finger- Specify the finger service.

  • ftp- Specify the FTP protocol.

  • http – Specify the web management using HTTP.

  • https- Specify the web management using HTTP secured by SSL.

  • ident-reset- Specify the send back TCP RST IDENT request for port 113.

  • ike- Specify the Internet key exchange.

  • lsping-Specify the Label Switched Path ping service.

  • netconf- Specify the NETCONF Service.

  • ntp - Specify the network time protocol service.

  • ping – Specify the internet control message protocol.

  • r2cp-Enable Radio-Router Control Protocol service.

  • reverse-ssh-Specify the reverse SSH Service.

  • reverse-telnet-Specify the reverse telnet Service.

  • rlogin-Specify the Rlogin service

  • rpm-Specify the Real-time performance monitoring.

  • rsh-Specify the Rsh service.

  • snmp- Specify the Simple Network Management Protocol Service.

  • snmp-trap- Specify the Simple Network Management Protocol trap.

  • ssh-Specify the SSH service.

  • tcp-encap-Specify the TCP encapsulation service.

  • telnet-Specify the Telnet service.

  • tftp-Specify the TFTP

  • traceroute-Specify the traceroute service.

  • webapi-clear-text-Specify the Webapi service using http.

  • webapi-ssl-Specify the Webapi service using HTTP secured by SSL.

  • xnm-clear-text-Specify the JUNOScript API for unencrypted traffic over TCP.

  • xnm-ssl- Specify the JUNOScript API Service over SSL.

Protocols Options

Select a protocol from the following options:

  • bfd - Bidirectional Forwarding Detection.

  • bgp - Broder Gateway protocol.

  • dvmrp - Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol.

  • igmp - Internet group management protocol.

  • ldp - label Distribution Protocol.

  • msdp- Multicast source discovery protocol.

  • nhrp- Next Hop Resolution Protocol.

  • ospf- Open shortest path first.

  • ospf3- Open shortest path first version 3.

  • pgm – Pragmatic General Multicast.

  • pim- Protocol independent multicast.

  • rip- Routing information protocol.

  • ripng- Routing information protocol next generation.

  • router-discovery- Router Discovery.

  • rsvp- Resource reservation protocol.

  • sap - Session Announcement Protocol.

  • vrrp – Virtual Router redundancy protocol.

Traffic Control Options

Specify the TCP Reset.

Send RST for NON-SYN packet not matching TCP session.

See Also

Configuring Multi Tenancy Resource Profiles

The Resource Profile page displays all the resource profiles or security profiles for the logical system along with the configured resources.

You can configure up to 32 security profiles on an SRX Series device running logical systems. When you reach the limit, you must delete a security profile and commit the configuration change before you can create and commit another security profile. In many cases fewer security profiles are needed because you might bind a single security profile to more than one logical system.

Procedure

  1. Select Configure>Multi Tenancy>Resource Profiles.

    The Resource Profile page appears.Table 263 explains the content of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Global Settings—Configures global options for the firewall policy. Enter information as specified in Table 264.

    • Add icon (+)—Adds a new resource profile and IPS policy. Enter information as specified in Table 265.

    • Edit icon (/)—Edits selected security profile. Enter information as specified in Table 265.

    • Delete icon (X)—Deletes the selected security profile.

    • Search icon—Enables you to search the security profile in the grid.

    • Show Hide Column Filter icon—Enables you to show or hide a column in the grid.

  3. Click Commit icon at the top of the J-Web page. The following commit options are displayed.

    • Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Compare—Enables you to compare the current configuration with the previous configuration.

    • Discard—Discards the configuration changes you performed in the J-Web.

    • Preferences—There are two tab:

      Commit preferences—You can choose to just validate or validate and commit the changes.

      Confirm commit timeout (in min) — You can select the time-out interval.

Table 263: Resource Profile page

Field

Function

Profile Name

Displays the Security Profile names.

Configured Resource

Displays the configured resource.

Logical Systems

Displays the logical system created.

Table 264: Global Settings option page

Field FunctionAction

Enable CPU limit

Specify the CPU control.

Enable or disable the CPU limit.

CPU Target

Specify the targeted CPU utilization allowed for the whole system (0..100 percent) .

Set a CPU target. You can enable disable this option to set the value. This will be applicable to all the logical system resource profiles. If u set 50 % here then none of the profile(s) can have a value more than this and all the profiles should share this 50% of the CPU.

Table 265: Create-Edit the Resource Profile:

Field FunctionAction
General

Profile Name

Displays the name of the security profile.

Enter a unique string with an alphanumeric character and can include underscores; no spaces allowed; 31-character maximum.

IPS Policy

Specify the IPS Policy

Select the IPS Policy.

Resource Name

nat-pat-portnum

Specify the maximum quantity and the reserved quantity of ports for the logical system as part of its security profile.

dslite-softwire-initiator

Specify the number of IPv6 dual-stack lite (DS-Lite) softwire initiators that can connect to the softwire concentrator configured in either a user logical system or the master logical system.

cpu

Specify the percentage of CPU utilization that is always available to a logical system.

appfw-rule

Specify the number of application firewall rule configurations that a master administrator can configure for a master logical system or user logical system when the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-interface-port-ol

Specify the number of application firewall rule set configurations that a master administrator can configure for a master logical system or user logical system when the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-rule-referenced-prefix

Specify the security NAT interface port overloading the quota of a logical system.

nat-port-ol-ipnumber

Specify the number of NAT port overloading IP number configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-cone-binding

Specify the number of NAT cone binding configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-static-rule

Specify the number of NAT static rule configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-destination-rule

Specify the number of NAT destination rule configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-source-rule

Specify the NAT source rule configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-nopat-address

Specify the number of NAT without port address translation configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-pat-address

Specify the number of NAT with port address translation (PAT) configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-destination-pool

Specify the number of NAT destination pool configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

nat-source-pool

Specify the NAT source pool configurations that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

flow-gate

Specify the number of flow gates, also known as pinholes that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

flow-session

Specify the number of flow sessions that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

policy

Specify the number of security policies with a count that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

security-log-stream-number

Specify the security log stream number.

scheduler

Specify the number of schedulers that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

zone

Specify the zones that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

auth-entry

Specify the number of firewall authentication entries that user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems.

appfw-profile

Specify the application firewall profile quota of a logical system.

address-book

Define entries in the address book. Address book entries can include any combination of IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, DNS names, wildcard addresses, and address range.

Reserved

A reserved quota that guarantees that the resource amount specified is always available to the logical system.

Maximum

A maximum allowed quota.

Range

The minimum and maximum range permitted for each corresponding resource name.

See Also

Configuring Multi Tenancy Tenants

The Tenants profile page displays the resource profile, users, assigned interfaces, zones, and routing instance of the configured tenant systems.

Tenant systems are used when you need to separate departments, organization, or customers and each of them can be limited to one virtual router. The main difference between a logical system and a tenant system is that a logical system supports advanced routing functionality using multiple routing instances. In comparison, a tenant system supports only one routing instance, but supports the deployment of significantly more tenants per system. A master administrator creates a tenant system and assigns an administrator for managing the tenant system. A tenant system can have multiple administrators.

Root users can switch to tenant context by navigating to Configure>Multi tenancy>Tenants page and selecting any one listed instance and clicking Enter TENANT respectively.

Roles supported for Tenant

J-Web supports the following roles with respect to tenant.

Note Tenant administrator and read-only users are created from Tenant wizard by selecting appropriate roles.

If you have opened J-Web in multiple tabs in the browser, and if in one of the tab you switch mode to logical system or tenant, then the other instances of J-Web in the other tabs will automatically switch to logical system or tenant.

J-Web maintains different session for different protocols, such as http or https.

When you refresh the screen, you will not be logged out; instead the screen is refreshed, and you will continue in the same session.

Procedure

  1. Select Configure>Multi Tenancy>Tenants.

    The Tenants page appears. Table 266 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Enter Tenant —Select a tenant from the list and enter its system.

    • More—Select this option to view the details of a selected tenant.

    • Add icon (+)—Create a new tenant. Enter information as specified in Table 267.

    • Edit icon (/)—Edit the selected tenant. Enter information as specified in Table 267.

    • Delete icon (X)—Deletes the selected tenant system.

    • Search icon— Enables you to search for a tenant system in the grid.

    • Filter icon —Enables you to filter and display the list of tenants based on a column in the grid.

    • Show Hide Column icon —Enables you to show or hide a column in the grid.

  3. Click Commit icon at the top of the J-Web page. The following commit options are displayed.

    • Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Compare—Enables you to compare the current configuration with the previous configuration.

    • Confirm Commit—Commits the configuration; and after 10 minutes, the changes will be rollbacked, and the previous configuration is restored.

    • Discard—Discards the configuration changes you performed in the J-Web.

    • Preferences—There are two tab:

      Commit preferences—You can choose to just validate or validate and commit the changes.

      Confirm commit timeout (in min) —You can select the commit timeout interval.

Note During report generation if you switch context, then a confirmation message is displayed. Click Yes to stop the report generation and to switch the context. Click No to continue to generate the report and not to switch context.

Table 266: Tenants Profile Page

Field

Function

Name

Displays the name of the tenant system.

Resource Profile

Displays the name of the resource profile.

Users

Displays the tenant system admin and users, and its associated permissions.

Assigned Interfaces

Displays the assigned logical interfaces.

Zones

Displays the zones for the tenant.

Routing Instance

Displays the routing instance that is explicitly assigned to the tenant system.

Table 267: Create-Edit Tenant System

Field FunctionAction
Tenant - General Details

Name

Enter a name for the tenant.

Enter a unique string of alphanumeric characters, colons, periods, dashes, and underscores. No spaces are allowed; maximum length is 63 characters.

Routing Instance

By default the tenant name is taken as the routing instance name.

Tenant Resource Profile

Profile Name

Displays the name of the resource profile.

Enter a unique string with an alphanumeric character and can include underscores; no spaces allowed; 31-character maximum.

Configured Resources

Displays the resources and its reserved or maximum quantity assigned for this resource profile.

Logical Systems/Tenants

Displays other logical systems and/or tenants using this resource profile.

   

Click one:

  • Add icon (+)—Adds resource profiles.

  • Edit icon (/)—Edits the selected resource profiles.

  • Search icon—Enables you to search a resource profile in the grid.

  • Filter icon—Enables you to filter the selected option in the grid.

  • Show Hide Column Filter icon—Enables you to show or hide a column in the grid.

Create-Edit Tenant Resource Profile

See Configuring Multi Tenancy Resource Profiles for details on creating and editing resource profile.

User Details

You can define tenant administrators and users.

Click one:

  • Add icon (+)—Create users.

  • Edit icon (/)—Edit the selected users.

  • Delete icon—Delete the selected users.

Create-Edit users

User Name

Enter/displays user name.

Maximum length is 64 characters.

Role

Specify the role of the user from the following options:

  • Tenant Administrator

  • Read only Access User

    Note: Logical system or tenant Read Only user can only view the options but cannot modify them.

Select any one option from the drop down list.

Password

Specify the password for the user.

Select a password which is more than 6 characters but less than 128 characters.

Confirm Password

Confirm the password.

Confirm the set password.

Assign Interfaces

Only one logical interface can be part of one tenant, whereas, a tenant can have multiple logical interfaces.

Click One:

  • Enable/Disable —Enable or disable the physical interface.

  • Add icon (+)—Add logical interfaces.

  • Edit icon (/)—Edit the selected users.

  • Delete icon—Delete the selected users.

Create-Edit logical interfaces

Physical Interface Name

Displays the name of the physical interface.

Select a physical interface name from the grid.

Logical Interface Unit

Displays the logical interface unit.

Enter the logical interface unit.

Description

Displays the description.

Enter the description.

VLAN ID

Displays the VLAN ID.

Enter the VLAN ID. VLAN ID is mandatory.

IPV4 Address

Displays the IPv4 address.

Enter a valid IP address.

Subnet Mask

Displays the subnet mask.

Enter a valid subnet mask.

IPV6 Address

Displays the IPv6 address.

Enter a valid IP address.

Zone Configuration

Click One:

  • Enable/Disable — Enable or disable the physical interface.

  • Add icon (+) — Create security zones.

  • Edit icon (/) —Edit the selected security zones.

  • Delete icon (X)—Delete the selected security zone.

Create-Edit Security Zones

Name

Displays the name of the zones.

Enter a valid name of the zone.

Description

Displays the description of the zones.

Enter a description of the zone.

Application Tracking

Displays the application tracking support to the zone.

Enables the application tracking support.

Selected interface

Displays the selected interface.

Select an interface.

System service options

Select system services from the following options:


  • all - Specify all system services.

  • any-service - Specify services on entire port range..

  • appqoe- Specify the APPQOE active probe service.

  • bootp - Specify the Bootp and dhcp relay agent service.

  • dhcp - Specify the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.

  • dhcpv6- Enable Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for IPV6.

  • dns- Specify the DNS service.

  • finger- Specify the finger service.

  • ftp- Specify the FTP protocol.

  • http – Specify the web management using HTTP.

  • https- Specify the web management using HTTP secured by SSL.

  • ident-reset- Specify the send back TCP RST IDENT request for port 113.

  • ike- Specify the Internet key exchange.

  • lsping-Specify the Label Switched Path ping service.

  • netconf- Specify the NETCONF Service.

  • ntp - Specify the network time protocol service.

  • ping – Specify the internet control message protocol.

  • r2cp-Enable Radio-Router Control Protocol service.

  • reverse-ssh-Specify the reverse SSH Service.

  • reverse-telnet-Specify the reverse telnet Service.

  • rlogin-Specify the Rlogin service

  • rpm-Specify the Real-time performance monitoring.

  • rsh-Specify the Rsh service.

  • snmp- Specify the Simple Network Management Protocol Service.

  • snmp-trap- Specify the Simple Network Management Protocol trap.

  • ssh-Specify the SSH service.

  • tcp-encap-Specify the TCP encapsulation service.

  • telnet-Specify the Telnet service.

  • tftp-Specify the TFTP

  • traceroute-Specify the traceroute service.

  • webapi-clear-text-Specify the Webapi service using http.

  • webapi-ssl-Specify the Webapi service using HTTP secured by SSL.

  • xnm-clear-text-Specify the JUNOScript API for unencrypted traffic over TCP.

  • xnm-ssl- Specify the JUNOScript API Service over SSL.

Protocols Options

Select a protocol from the following options:

  • bfd - Bidirectional Forwarding Detection.

  • bgp - Broder Gateway protocol.

  • dvmrp - Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol.

  • igmp - Internet group management protocol.

  • ldp - label Distribution Protocol.

  • msdp- Multicast source discovery protocol.

  • nhrp- Next Hop Resolution Protocol.

  • ospf- Open shortest path first.

  • ospf3- Open shortest path first version 3.

  • pgm – Pragmatic General Multicast.

  • pim- Protocol independent multicast.

  • rip- Routing information protocol.

  • ripng- Routing information protocol next generation.

  • router-discovery- Router Discovery.

  • rsvp- Resource reservation protocol.

  • sap - Session Announcement Protocol.

  • vrrp – Virtual Router redundancy protocol.

Traffic Control Options

Specify the TCP Reset.

Send RST for NON-SYN packet not matching TCP session.

See Also

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