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DHCP

DHCP Client Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configuration>DHCP>DHCP client in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>DHCP>DHCP client in the J-Web user interface.

    The DHCP client configuration page appears.

  2. Click one:
    • Add—Adds a new DHCP client configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 122.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 122: Add DHCP Client Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
DHCP Client Information

Interface

Specifies the interface on which to configure the DHCP client.

Enter the name of the interface.

Client Identifier

Specifies the name of the client used by the DHCP server to index its database of address bindings. The options available are:

  • ASCII—ASCII client.

  • Hexadecimal—Hexadecimal client.

Select an option.

Lease Time

Specifies the time in seconds, to negotiate and exchange DHCP messages.

Enter a value from 60 through 2,147,483,647.

Retransmission Attempt

Specifies the number of attempts the router is allowed to retransmit a DHCP packet fallback.

Enter a value from 0 through 6. The default value is 4.

DHCP Server Address

Specifies the preferred DHCP server that the DHCP clients contact with DHCP queries.

Enter the IPv4 address of the DHCP server.

Vendor Class ID

Specifies the vendor class identity number for the DHCP client.

Enter the vendor class ID numbers.

Update Server

Specifies whether the propagation of TCP/IP settings is enabled on the specified interface (if it is acting as a DHCP client) to the DHCP server that is configured on the router.

Select the check box.

DHCP Services Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>DHCP>DHCP Services in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>DHCP>DHCP Server in the J-Web user interface.

    The DHCP services configuration page appears. Enter information as specified in Table 123 to configure DHCP services.

  2. Click:
    • Apply—Applies the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 123: Add DHCP Services Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
Global Settings
Server Information

Server Identifier

Specifies the IP address of the DHCP server.

Enter the IP address of the Services Router. If you do not specify a server identifier, the primary address of the interface on which the DHCP exchange occurs is used.

Domain Name

Specifies the domain name that the clients must use to resolve hostnames.

Enter the domain name.

Next Server

Specifies the IP address of the next DHCP server that the clients need to contact.

Enter the IP address of the next DHCP server.

Propagate Interface

Specifies the name of the interface on the router through which the resolved DHCP queries are propagated to the DHCP pool.

Enter the name of the interface.

Domain Search

Specifies the order, from top to bottom, in which clients must append domain names when resolving hostnames using DNS. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds a domain name.

  • Delete—Deletes a domain name.

Select an option.

Name Servers

Specifies a list of DNS servers that the client can use, in order of preference from top to bottom. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds a DNS server.

  • Delete—Deletes a DNS server.

Click an option.

Gateway Routers

Specifies a list of routers on the subnet that are configured as DHCP relay agents, in order of preference from top to bottom. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds a relay agent.

  • Delete—Deletes a relay agent.

Click an option.

WINS Servers

Specifies the name of the SNMP trap group being configured. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds a NetBIOS name server.

  • Delete—Deletes a NetBIOS name server.

Select an option.

Lease Time and Boot Options

Maximum Lease Time

Specifies the maximum length of time in seconds, a client can hold a lease. (Dynamic BOOTP lease lengths can exceed this maximum time.)

Enter a from value 60 through 1,209,600.

Default Lease Time

Specifies the length of time in seconds, a client can hold a lease, for clients that do not request a specific lease length.

Enter a value from 60 through 2,419, 200.

Boot File

Specifies the path and filename of the initial boot file to be used by the client.

Enter the path and filename.

Boot Server

Specifies the TFTP server that provides the initial boot file to the client.

Enter the IP address or hostname of the TFTP server.

Option Table

Option Table

Code / Type / Value

Defines a list of option codes, types, and values, in order of preference from top to bottom. It is mandatory to define all the options

  • Option Code—Type a number.

  • Option Type—Select a type from the list that corresponds to the code.

  • Option Value—Type a valid option value based on the type.

The options available are

  • Add—Adds the code/type/value.

  • Delete—Deletes the code/type/value.

Select an option.

DHCP Pool Information

Address Pool Subnet

Specifies the pool subnet on which DHCP is configured.

Enter an IP address prefix.

Address Range Low

Specifies the lowest address in the IP address pool range.

Enter an IP address that is part of the subnet specified in Address Pool Subnet.

Address Range High

Specifies the highest address in the IP address pool range.

Enter an IP address that is part of the subnet specified in Address Pool Subnet. This address must be greater than the address specified in Address Range Low.

Exclude Addresses

Specifies addresses to exclude from the IP address pool. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an excluded address.

  • Delete—Deletes an excluded address.

Select an option.

Server Information

Server Identifier

Specifies the server identifier to assign to the DHCP client in the address pool.

Enter the name of the server identifier.

Domain Name

Specifies the domain name to be assigned to the address pool.

Enter the domain name.

Next Server

Specifies the next sever that the client needs to contact.

Enter the server name.

Propagate Interface

Specifies the interface name to propagate TCP/IP settings to the pool

Enter the interface name.

Domain Search

Specifies the domain name to be searched. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the DHCP client in the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes the DHCP client from the address pool.

Click an option.

DNS Name Servers

Specifies the DNS name to assign to the DHCP client in the address pool. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the DNS name in the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes the DNS name in the address pool.

Select an option.

Gateway Routers

Specifies the gateway router to assign DHCP client in the address pool. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the gateway router to the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes the gateway router to the address pool.

Select an option.

WINS Servers

Specifies the WINS servers to assign to the DHCP client in the address pool. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds WINS servers to the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes WINS servers from the address pool.

Select an option.

Lease Time

Maximum Lease Time

Specifies the maximum amount of time in seconds, that DHCP should lease an address.

Enter a value.

Default Lease Time

Specifies the default amount of time in seconds, that DHCP should lease an address.

Enter a value.

Boot File

Specifies the boot file to be assigned to any DHCP client in the pool address.

Enter the boot file name.

Boot Server

Specifies the boot server to be assigned to any DHCP client in the pool address.

Enter the boot server name.

Option Table

Code / Type / Value

Defines a list of option codes, types, and values, in order of preference from top to bottom. It is mandatory to define all the options.

  • Option Code—Type a number.

  • Option Type—Select a type from the list that corresponds to the code.

  • Option Value—Type a valid option value based on the type.

The options available are

  • Add—Adds the code, type, and value.

  • Delete—Deletes the code, type, and value.

Select an option.

Static Bindings
DHCP Static Binding Information

DHCP MAC Address

Specifies the hardware MAC address to statically assign DHCP information.

Enter the MAC address.

Host Name

Specifies the hostname to assign the DHCP client to the MAC address.

Enter the hostname.

Fixed Address

Specifies the fixed address to assign the DHCP client to the MAC address. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the fixed address.

  • Delete—Deletes the fixed address.

Select an option.

Client Identifier

Specifies the client identifier option.

Select the ASCII/hexadecimal value from the vale box, and enter the corresponding value in the edit box.

Server Information

Server Identifier

Specifies the server identifier for assigning the DHCP client to the MAC address.

Enter the server identifier name.

Domain Name

Specifies the domain name to assign the DHCP client to the MAC address.

Enter the domain name.

Next Server

Specifies the next server the client must contact to assign the DHCP client to the MAC address.

Enter the next server address.

Domain Search

Specifies the domain name to be serached. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds a domain name to be searched.

  • Delete—Deletes a domain name to be searched.

Enter the domain name to be searched.

Gateway Routers

Specifies the gateway router to assign to the specific MAC address. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the gateway router to the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes the gateway router from the address pool.

Select an option.

Name Servers

Specifies the name servers to assign to the specific MAC address. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds name servers in the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes name servers in the address pool.

Select an option.

WINS Servers

Specifies the WINS servers to assign to the specific MAC address. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds WINS servers in the address pool.

  • Delete—Deletes WINS servers in the address pool.

Select an option.

Boot Options

Boot File

Specifies a boot file to be assigned to the specific MAC address.

Enter the boot filename.

Boot Server

Specifies a boot server to be assigned to the specific MAC address.

Enter the boot server name.

Option Table

Code / Type / Value

Defines a list of option codes, types, and values, in order of preference from top to bottom. It is mandatory to define all the options.

  • Option Code—Type a number.

  • Option Type—Select a type from the list corresponding to the code.

  • Option Value—Type a valid option value based on the type.

The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an option code, type and value.

  • Delete—Deletes an option code, type and value.

Select an option.

Routing Instances Configuration Page Options

A routing instance is a collection of routing tables, interfaces, and routing protocol parameters. The set of interfaces belongs to the routing tables, and the routing protocol parameters control the information in the routing tables. There can be multiple routing tables for a single routing instance—for example, unicast IPv4, unicast IPv6, and multicast IPv4 routing tables can exist in a single routing instance. Routing protocol parameters and options control the information in the routing tables.

  1. Select Configure>Network>Routing Instances in the J-Web user interface.

    The Routing Instance page appears. Table 124 explains the contents of this page.

    This is applicable for routing instance of root and LSYS users. Routing instances of root will be shown in root context and routing instances of the LSYS will be shown in LSYS context.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new routing instances. Enter information as specified in Table 125.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected routing configurationTable 125.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected routing configuration.

  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.

Table 124: Routing Instance Configuration Page

Field

Function

Name

Name of the routing instance.

Type

Identifies the routing instance type.

Assigned Interfaces

Displays the selected interfaces assigned to the routing instance.

Description

Displays the description of the routing instances.

Table 125: Add-Edit Routing Instance Details

Field FunctionAction
General Settings

Name

Specify the name of the routing instances.

Enter a unique name for the routing instance that contains a corresponding IP unicast table; no special characters are allowed and the keyword default cannot be used.

Description

Specify the description for the routing instance.

Enter a description for the routing instance. We recommend that you enter a maximum of 255 characters.

Instance Type

Specify the type of routing instance.

Select the type of routing instance from the drop down list:

  • Virtual Router- Used for non-VPN related applications.

  • VPLS- This instance is applicable only for root or super admin. This option will not be applicable for LSYS admin. Interfaces with Encapsulation Ethernet-VPLS will be listed when VPLS instance type is selected.

Interfaces

Name

Displays the interface name.

Select interfaces from the available interfaces.

Zone

Displays the zone name corresponding to the interface name.

This is used to validate that all the interfaces of the selected zone(s) must belong to the same routing instance.

Static Routing Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Routing>Static Routing in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Static Routing in the J-Web user interface.

    The Static Routing configuration page appears. Table 126 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate static routing configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 127.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected static routing configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected static routing configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 126: Static Routing Configuration Page

Field

Function

Static Routing

Route

Displays the static route selected.

Next-hop

Displays the selected next-hop address selected.

Table 127: Add Static Routing Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
Static Route

IPv4

Specifies an IPv4 address.

Click the IPv4 radio button.

IPv6

Specifies an IPv6 address.

Click the IPv6 radio button.

IP address

Specifies the IP address of the static route.

Enter the static route IP address.

Subnet mask

Specifies the subnet mask.

Enter the subnet mask or address prefix. For example, 24 bits represents the 255.255.255.0 address.

Nexthop

Displays the nex-thop address created. The options available are:

  • Delete—Adds the nexthop.

  • Delete—Deletes the nexthop.

Select an option.

RIP Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Routing>RIP in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>RIP in the J-Web user interface.

    The RIP configuration page appears. Table 128 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate RIP configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 129.

    • Global Settings—Defines general specifications for RIP. Enter information as specified inTable 130.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected RIP configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected RIP configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 128: RIP Configuration Page

Field

Function

RIP Instance

Displays the RIP instance selected.

Neighbors

Displays the neighbors selected.

Export Policies

Displays the export policies selected.

Import Policies

Displays the import policies selected.

Preference

Displays the preference selected.

Update Interval

Displays the update interval selected.

Metric-out

Displays the metric-out value selected.

Table 129: Add RIP Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
Routing Information Protocol Configuration
General

Routing Instance Name

Specifies a name for the routing instance.

Enter the routing instance name.

Preference

Specifies the preference order of external routes learned by RIP as compared to those learned from other routing protocols.

Enter the preference of the external routes.

Metric-out

Specifies the metric value to add to routes transmitted to the neighbor.

Enter the metric value.

Update Interval

Specifies an update time interval to periodically send out routes learned by RIP to neighbors.

Enter the update time.

Route Timeout

Specifies the route timeout interval for RIP.

Enter the route timeout interval.

Policy

Import Policy

Specifies one or more policies to control which routes learned from an area are used to generate summary link-state advertisements (LSAs) into other areas. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an import policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy down the list of policies.

  • Remove—Removes an import policy.

Select an option.

Export Policy

Specifies one or more policies to control which summary LSAs are flooded into an area. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an export policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy dowm the list of policies.

  • Remove—Removes an export policy.

Select an option.

Neighbor

RIP-Enabled Interfaces

Selects interface(s) to associate with the instance.

Select the box next to the interface name to enable RIP on an interface.

Click Edit to modify an interface’s settings.

Note: Only logical interfaces for RIP are displayed.

Table 130: Edit RIP Global Setting Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
General

Send

Specifies RIP send options. The options available are:

  • Broadcast

  • Multicast

  • None

  • Version-1

Select an option.

Receive

Configures RIP receive options. The options available are:

  • Both

  • None

  • Version-1

  • Version-2

Select an option.

Route timeout (sec)

Specifies the route timeout interval for RIP.

Enter the route timeout interval value.

Update interval (sec)

Specifies the update time interval to periodically send out routes learned by RIP to neighbors.

Enter the update time interval value.

Hold timeout (sec)

Specifies period for which the expired route is retained in the routing table before being removed.

Enter the hold timeout interval period.

Metric in

Specifies the metric to add to incoming routes when advertising into RIP routes that were learned from other protocols.

Enter the metric-in value.

RIB Group

Specifies a routing table group to install RIP routes into multiple routing tables.

Select the routing table group.

Message size

Specifies the number of route entries to be included in every RIP update message.

Enter the number of route entries.

Check Zero

Specifies whether the reserved fields in a RIP packet are set to zero. The options available are:

  • check-zero—Discards version 1 packets that have nonzero values in the reserved fields and version 2 packets that have nonzero values in the fields that must be zero. This default behavior implements the RIP version 1 and version 2 specifications.

  • no-check-zero—Receives RIP version 1 packets with nonzero values in the reserved fields or RIP version 2 packets with nonzero values in the fields that must be zero. This behavior violates the specifications in RFC 1058 and RFC 2453.

Select an option.

Graceful switchover

Specifies graceful switchover for RIP.

Select Disable.

Restart time (sec)

Specifies the estimated time for the restart to complete.

Enter the time in seconds.

Authentication Type

Specifies the type of authentication for RIP route queries received on an interface. The options available phoare:

  • None

  • MD5

  • Simple

Select the authentication type.

Enter the authentication key for MD5.

Policies tab

Import Policy

Specifies one or more policies to routes being imported into the local routing device from the neighbors. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an export policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy down the list of policies.

  • Remove—Removes an export policy.

Click one:

Trace Options tab

File Name

Specifies the name of the file to receive the output of the trace operation.

Enter the filename.

Number of Files

Specifies the maximum number of trace files.

Enter the filename.

File Size

Specifies the maximum size for each trace file.

Enter the file size.

World Readable

Specifies whether or not the trace file can be read by any user or not. The options available are:

  • True—Allows any user to read the file.

  • False up—Restricts all users being able to read the file.

Select an option.

Flags

Available Flags

Specifies the available trace operation to perform.

Configured Flags

Specifies the configured trace operation to perform.

OSPF Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Routing>OSPF in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>OSPF in the J-Web user interface.

    The OSPF configuration page appears. Table 131 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate OSPF configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 132.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected OSPF configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected OSPF configuration.

    • Global Settings—Defines general specifications for the OSPF configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 133.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 131: OSPF Configuration Page

Field

Function

Area ID

Displays the area ID selected.

Area Type

Displays the area type selected.

Member Interface

Displays the member interface selected.

Import Policy

Displays the import policy selected.

Export Policy

Displays the export policy selected.

Table 132: Add OSPF Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
General

Area Id

Specifies the uniquely identified area within its AS.

Type a 32-bit numeric identifier for the area. Type an integer or select and edit the value.

If you enter an integer, the value is converted to a 32-bit equivalent. For example, if you enter 3, the value assigned to the area is 0.0.0.3.

Area Ranges

Displays the area range created.

Click Add to enter area range details.

Area Range

Displays a range of IP addresses for the summary link state advertisements (LSAs) to be sent within an area. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the selected area range.

  • Edit—Edits the selected area range.

  • Delete—Deletes the selected area range.

Select an option.

Add Area Range

Area Range

Specifies the area range address.

Enter the area range address.

Subnet Mask

Specifies the subnet mask address.

Enter the subnet mask area address.

Override metric

Specifies the option to override the metric for the IP address range.

Enter a metric value.

Restrict advertisements of this area range

Specifies that the routes contained within a summary must not be displayed.

Select the check box.

Enforce exact match for advertisement of this area range

Specifies that the summary of a route must be advertised only when an exact match is made within the configured summary range

Select the check box.

Area Type

Specifies the type of OSPF area.

  • stub—A stub area.

  • regular—A regular OSPF area, including the backbone area.

  • nssa— A not-so-stubby area (NSSA).

Select an options.

NSSA Area Options

Metric Type

Specifies the NSSA area metric type.

Enter a metric value.

Default Metric

Specifies the default metric value for NSSA option.

Enter a metric value.

Flood summay LSAs

Specifies the option to flood summary LSAs into the stub area.

Select the check box.

Flood Type-7 LSAs

Specifies the option to flood Type-7 LSAs into the NSSA area.

Select the check box.

Interfaces

Interfaces

Specifies the interfaces to be associated with the OSPF configuration.

Select the interface(s) to associate with the area. Click Edit to edit one or more interface settings.

Note: Only logical interfaces for OSPF are displayed.

Policies

Import Policy

Specifies one or more policies to control which routes learned from an area are used to generate summary link-state advertisements (LSAs) into other areas. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an import policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies down.

  • Remove— Removes the import policy.

Select an option.

Export Policy

Specifies one or more policies to control which summary LSAs are flooded into an area.

  • Add—Adds an export policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies down.

  • Remove— Removes the export policy.

Select an option.

Table 133: Edit OSPF Global Settings

FieldFunctionYour Action
General tab

Router Id

Specifies the ID for the routing device.

Enter the ID for the router.

RIB Group

Installs the routes learned from OSPF routing instances into routing tables in the OSPF routing table group.

Select a value.

Internal Route Preference

Specifies the route preference for internal groups.

Enter the internal route preference. By default, internal OSPF routes have a preference value of 10.

External Route Preference

Specifies the route preference for external groups.

Enter the external route preference. By Default external OSPF routes have a preference value of 150

Graceful Restart

Notify Duration

Specifies the estimated time to send purged grace LSAs over all the interfaces.

Enter the duration.

Restart Duration

Specifies the estimated time to restart a full OSPF neighbor from each area.

Enter the duration.

No Strict LSA Checking

Specifies that no LSA checking is required.

Select the check box.

Graceful restart Helper Capability

Specifies graceful restart helper capability.

Select the check box. Helper mode is enabled by default.

SPF Options

Delay Time

Specifies the delay period to wait to run the SPF algorithm after a network topology change is detected, the maximum number of times the SPF algorithm can run in succession.

Enter the delay time.

Hold down Time

Specifies, the time interval to hold down, or wai,t before a subsequent SPF algorithm runs after the SPF algorithm has run the configured maximum number of times in succession.

Enter the hold down time.

Rapid Runs

Specifies the maximum number of times the SPF algorithm can run in succession. After the maximum is reached, the hold down interval begins.

Enter the maximum number of rapid runs.

Policies tab

Import Policy

Specifies one or more policies to use to control which routes learned from an area are used to generate summary link-state advertisements LSAs into other areas. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an import policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy down the list of policies.

  • Remove— Removes an export policy.

Select an option.

Export Policy

Specifies one or more policies to control which summary LSAs are flooded into an area. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an export policy.

  • Move up—Move the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Move the selected policy down the list of policies.

  • Remove—Removes an export policy.

Select an option.

Trace Options tab

File Name

Specifies the name of the file to receive the output of the trace operation.

Enter the filename.

Number of Files

Specifies the maximum number of trace files.

Enter the filename.

File Size

Specifies the maximum size for each trace file.

Enter the file size.

World Readable

Specifies whether the trace file can be read by any user or not. The options available are:

  • True—Allows any user to read the file.

  • False up—Prevents all users from reading the file.

Select an option.

Flags

Available Flags

Specifies the available trace operation to be performed.

Configured Flags

Specifies the configured trace operation to be performed.

BGP Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Routing>BGP in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>BGP in the J-Web user interface.

    The BGP configuration page appears. Table 134 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate BGP configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 135.

    • Global Settings—Defines general specifications for BGP. Enter information as specified in Table 136.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected BGP configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected BGP configuration.

    • Disable—Disables selected BGP configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 134: BGP Configuration Page

Field

Function

Group Name

Displays the name of the group.

Status

Displays the status of the group.

Peer ASN

Displays the peer ASN.

Type

Displays the group type.

Dynamic Peers

Displays the dynamic peers selected.

Static Peers

Displays the static peers selected.

Import Policy

Displays the import policy selected.

Export Policy

Displays the export policy selected.

Table 135: Add BGP Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
General Tab

Group Type

Specifies the group as an internal BGP (IBGP) group or an external BGP (EBGP) group. The options available are:

  • Internal

  • External

Select an option.

Group Name

Specifies the name for the group.

Enter a new group name.

ASN

Specifies the unique numeric identifier of the AS in which the routing device is configured.

Enter the routing device’s 32-bit AS number, in dotted decimal notation.

If you enter an integer, the value is converted to a 32-bit equivalent. For example, if you enter 3, the value assigned to the AS is 0.0.0.3.

Preference

Specifies the degree of preference for an external route. The route with the highest local preference value is preferred.

Enter the preface value.

Cluster Id

Specifies the cluster identifier to be used by the route reflector cluster in an internal BGP group.

Enter the IPv6 or IPv4 address to be used as the identifier.

Description

Specifies the text description of the global, group, or neighbor configuration.

Enter the description.

Damping

Specifies whether or not route flap damping is enabled.

Select the check box to enable route flap damping.

Do not select the check box to disable route flap damping .

Advertise Inactive Routes

Specifies whether or not BGP advertises the best route even if the routing table did not select it to be an active route.

Select the check box to enable advertising of inactive routes.

Clear the check box to disable advertising of inactive routes.

Advertise Peer AS Routes

Specifies whether or not to disable the default behavior of suppressing AS routes.

Select the check box to advertising of peer AS routes, select the check box.

Clear the check to disable advertising of peer AS routes.

Neighbors Tab

Dynamic Neighbors

Configures a neighbor (peer). The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the selected dynamic neighbor.

  • Edit—Edits the selected dynamic neighbor.

  • Delete—Deletes the selected dynamic neighbor.

Select an option.

Add neighbor

All address/IPAddress

Specifies whether to select all address or IP address.

Select an option.

IP Address

Specifies the IP address.

Enter the IP address.

Subnet Mask

Specifies the subnet mask for the neighbor.

Enter the subnet mask.

Policies Tab

Import Policy

Specifies one or more routing policies for routes being imported into the routing table from BGP. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an import policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy down.

  • Remove — Removes an import policy.

Select an option.

Export Policy

Specifies one or more policies to routes being exported from the routing table into BGP. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an export policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy down

  • Remove — Removes an export policy.

Select an option.

Table 136: Edit BGP Global Setting Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
General

Router ASN

Specifies the routing device’s AS number.

Enter the router ASN value.

Router Identifier

Specifies the routing device’s IP address.

Enter the router identification IP address.

BGP Status

Enables or disables BGP.

To enable BGP, select Enabled.

To disable BGP, select Disabled.

Description

Describes the global, group, or neighbor configuration.

Enter the description.

Confederation Number

Specifies the routing device’s confederation AS number.

Enter the value.

Confederation Members

Specifies the AS numbers for the confederation members.

To add a member AS number, click Add and enter the number in the Member ASN box. Click OK.

Advance Options

Keep Route

Specifies whether routes learned from a BGP peer must be retained in the routing table even if they contain an AS number that was exported from the local AS. The options available are:

  • All

  • None

Select All or None to configure Keep Routes.

MTU Discovery

Specifies the option for configure MTU discovery.

Enable MTU discovery.

Remove Private ASN

Specifies the local system strip private AS numbers from the AS path when advertising AS paths to remote systems.

Enable removal of private ASNs.

Graceful Restart

Specifies the period of time after which a restart is expected to be complete. Specifies the maximum time that stale routes are kept during restart.

Enter the time period for a graceful restart and the maximum time that stale routes must be kept.

Multihop

Specifies the maximum time-to-live (TTL) value for the TTL in the IP header of BGP packets.

Select Nexthop Change to allow unconnected third-party next hops. Enter a TTL value.

Authentication Type

Specifies the authentication algorithm: None, MD5, or SHA1.

Select the authentication algorithm. If you select MD5, specify an MD5 authentication key (password).

Policies Tab

Import Policy

Applies one or more policies to routes being imported into the local routing device from the neighbors. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an import policy.

  • Move up—Moves the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Moves the selected policy down

  • Remove—Removes an export policy.

Select an option.

Export Policy

Specifies one or more policies to control which summary LSAs are flooded into an area. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds an export policy.

  • Move up—Move the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Move down—Move the selected policy up the list of policies.

  • Remove—Removes an export policy.

Select an option.

Trace Options Tab

File Name

Specifies the name of the file to receive the output of the trace operation.

Type or select and edit the name.

Number of Files

Specifies the maximum number of trace files.

Type or select and edit the number.

File Size

Specifies the maximum size for each trace file.

Type or select and edit the size.

World Readable

Specifies whether the trace file can be read by any user.

True—allows any user to read the file.

False—prevents all users from reading

Flags

Available Flags

Specifies the available trace operation to perform.

Configured Flags

Specifies the configured trace operation to perform.

Policies Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Routing>Policies in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Policies in the J-Web user interface.

    The Policies configuration page appears. Table 137 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Global Settings—Defines general specifications for routing policies. Enter information as specified in Table 138.

    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate term policies configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 139.

    • Term Up— Moves a term up in a selected list policies configuration.

    • Term Down— Moves a term down in a selected list policies configuration.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected policies configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected policies configuration.

    • Test Policy— Verifies that a policy to check if the policy produces the expected results for the selected policies configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 137: Policies Configuration Page

Field

Function

Name

Displays the name of the policy.

From: Prefix

Displays the policy prefix.

From: Protocol

Displays the selected protocol.

From: Interface or Address

Need Input

To: Protocol

Need Input

To: Interface or Address

Displays the selected interface or address.

Action

Displays the selected action.

Move To

Need Input

Table 138: Edit Global Setting Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
Add Prefix List

Name

Displays the name of the prefix list. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds the prefix list.

  • Edit—Edits the prefix list.

  • Removes—Removes the prefix list.

Select an option.

Members

IP Address

Specifies the member IP address.

Enter the member IP address.

Add Prefix List Members

IP Address

Specifies the prefix list IP address.

Enter the prefix list IP address.

Subnet Mask

Specifies the subnet mask IP address.

Enter the subnet mask IP address.

BGP Community

Name

Displays the BGP community name.

Add BGP Community

Name

Specifies the BGP community name.

Enter the BGP community name.

Members

Community

Displays the BGP community.

Add BGP Community Members

Community ID

Specifies the BGP community ID.

Enter the BGP community ID.

As Path

Name

Displays the path name.

Add As Path

As Path Name

Specifies the AS path name.

Enter the name of the as path.

Regular Expression

Specifies the regular expression of the As path.

Enter the regular expression.

Table 139: Add Terms Configuration Parameters

FieldFunctionYour Action

Term Name

Specifies a term name.

Enter the term name.

Source tab

Family

Specifies an address family protocol.

Enter the family protocol address.

Routing Instance

Specifies a routing instance.

Select a value from the list.

RIB

Specifies the name of a routing table.

Select a value from the list.

Preference

Specifies the individual preference value for the route.

Enter a preference value.

Metric

Specifies a metric value. You can specify up to four metric values.

Enter the metric value.

Interface

Specifies the name or IP address of one or more routing device interfaces. Do not use this qualifier with protocols that are not interface-specific, such as internal BGP (IBGP).

To add an interface, select Add > Interface. Select the interface from the list.

To add an address, select Add > Address. Select the address from the list.

To remove an interface, select it and click Remove.

Prefix List

Specifies a named list of IP addresses. You can specify an exact match with incoming routes.

Click Add. Select the prefix list from the list and click OK.

To remove a prefix list, select it and click Remove.

Protocol

Specifies the name of the protocol from which the route was learned or to which the route is being advertised.

Click Add and select the protocol from the list.

To remove a protocol, select it and click Remove.

Policy

Specifies the name of a policy to evaluate as a subroutine.

Click Add. Select the policy from the list.

To remove a policy, select it and click Remove.

More

More

Specifies advanced configuration options for policies.

Click More for advanced configuration.

OSPF Area ID

Specifies the area identifier.

Enter the IP address.

BGP Origin

Specifies the origin of the AS path information.

Select a value from the list.

Local Preference

Specifies the BGP local preference.

Type a local preference value.

Route

External

Specifies the type of route.

Select an option from the list.

OSPF type

Specifies the OSPF type.

Select the OSPF type.

AS Path

Name

Specifies the name of an AS path regular expression.

Click Add. Select the AS path from the list.

Community

Name

Specifies the name of one or more communities.

Click Add. Select the community from the list.

Destination tab

Family

Specifies an address family protocol.

Select a value from the list.

Routing Instance

Specifies a routing instance.

Select a value from the list.

RIB

Specifies the name of a routing table.

Select a value from the list.

Preference

Specifies the individual preference value for the route.

Type a preference value.

Metric

Specifies a metric value.

Type a metric value.

Interface

Name

Specifies the name or IP address of one or more routing device interfaces. Do not use this qualifier with protocols that are not interface-specific, such as internal BGP (IBGP).

To add an interface, select Add > Interface. Select the interface from the list.

To add an address, select Add > Address. Select the address from the list.

To delete an interface, select it and click Remove.

Policy

Name

Displays the name of the policy.

Protocol

Name

Specifies the name of the protocol from which the route was learned or to which the route is being advertised.

Click Add and select the protocol from the list.

To delete a protocol, select it and click Remove.

Action

Action

Specifies the action to take if the conditions match.

Select a value from the list.

Default Action

Specifies that any action that is intrinsic to the protocol is overridden. This action is also nonterminating so that various policy terms can be evaluated before the policy is terminated.

Select a value from the list.

Next

Specifies the default control action if a match occurs, and there are no further terms in the current routing policy.

Select a value from the list.

Priority

Specifies a priority for prefixes included in an OSPF import policy. Prefixes learned through OSPF are installed in the routing table based on the priority assigned to the prefixes.

Select a value from the list.

BGP Origin

Specifies the BGP origin attribute.

Select a value from the list.

AS Path Prepend

Affixes an AS number at the beginning of the AS path. AS numbers are added after the local AS number has been added to the path. This action adds an AS number to AS sequences only, not to AS sets. If the existing AS path begins with a confederation sequence or set, the affixed AS number is placed within a confederation sequence. Otherwise, the affixed AS number is placed with a nonconfederation sequence.

Enter AS path prepend value.

AS Path Expand

Type

Extracts the last AS number in the existing AS path and affixes that AS number to the beginning of the AS path n times, where n is a number from 1 through 32. The AS number is added before the local AS number has been added to the path. This action adds AS numbers to AS sequences only, not to AS sets. If the existing AS path begins with a confederation sequence or set, the affixed AS numbers are placed within a confederation sequence. Otherwise, the affixed AS numbers are placed within a nonconfederation sequence. This option is typically used in non-IBGP export policies.

Select the type and type a value.

Value

Specifies the As path value.

Enter the As path value.

Preference

Action

Specifies the preference action.

Select the preference action and type a value.

Value

Specifies the preference value.

Enter the preference value.

Local Preference

Action

Specifies the BGP local preference action.

Select the action and type a value.

Value

Specifies the local preference value.

Enter the local preference value.

Load Balance Per Packet

Specifies that all next-hop addresses in the forwarding table must be installed and have the forwarding table perform per-packet load balancing. This policy action allows you to optimize VPLS traffic flows across multiple paths.

Select the check box to enable the option.

Tag

Action

Specifies the tag value. The tag action sets the 32-bit tag field in OSPF external link-state advertisement (LSA) packets.

Select the action and type a value.

Value

Specifies the tag value.

Enter the tag value.

Metric

Action

Changes the metric (MED) value by the specified negative or positive offset. This action is useful only in an external BGP (EBGP) export policy.

Select the action and type a value.

Value

Specifies the metric value.

Enter the metric value.

Route

External

Specifies whether or not the route is external.

Select the External check box to enable the option, and select the OSPF type.

OSPF TYpe

Specifies the route value.

Enter the route value.

Class of Service

Class

Specifies the class-of-service parameters to be applied to routes installed into the routing table.

Select none.

Source Class

Specifies that the value entered here maintains the packet counts for a route passing through your network, based on the source address.

Enter the source class.

Destination Class

Specifies the value entered here maintains packet counts for a route passing through your network, based on the destination address in the packet.

Enter the destination class.

Forwarding Class

Need Input

Enter the forwarding class.

Class of Service

Value Alias Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Value Aliases in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Value Aliases in the J-Web user interface.

    The Code Point Alias configuration page appears. Table 140 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate code point alias configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 141.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected code point alias configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected code point alias configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 140: Code Point Alias Configuration Page

Field

Function

Alias name

Displays the name given to CoS values. For example, af11 or be.

Alias type

Displays the code point type.

The following types of code points are supported:

  • DSCP—Defines aliases for Differentiated Services code point (DSCP) for IPv4 values. You can refer to these aliases when you configure classes and define classifiers.

  • DSCP-IPv6—Defines aliases for DSCP IPv6 values. You can refer to these aliases when you configure classes and define classifiers.

  • EXP—Defines aliases for MPLS experimental (EXP) bits. You can map MPLS EXP bits to the device forwarding classes.

  • inet-precedence—Defines aliases for IPv4 precedence values. Precedence values are modified in the IPv4 TOS field and mapped to values that correspond to levels of service.

CoS Value bits

Displays the CoS value for which an alias is defined.

Note: Changing this value alters the behavior of all classifiers that refer to this alias.

Table 141: Add Code Point Alias Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Code point name

Specifies a name for the CoS point alias.

Enter a name for the CoS point alias.

Code point type

Specifies a code point type.

Select a code point type from the list.

Code point value bits

Specifies a CoS value for which an alias is defined.

Select a COS value from the list.

Forwarding Classes Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Forwarding Classes in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Forwarding Classes in the J-Web user interface.

    The Forwarding Class configuration page appears. Table 142 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate forwarding class configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 143.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected forwarding class configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected forwarding class configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 142: Forwarding Class Configuration Page

Field

Function

Forwarding class name

Displays the forwarding class name assigned to the internal queue number.

By default, four forwarding classes are assigned to queue numbers: 0 (best-effort), 1 (assured-forwarding), 5 (expedited-forwarding), and 7 (network-connect).

Queue number

Displays the internal queue numbers to which forwarding classes are assigned.

By default, if a packet is not classified, it is assigned to the class associated with queue 0. You can have more than one forwarding class assigned to a queue number.

Queue characteristics

Displays the queue characteristics, for example, video or voice.

Table 143: Add Forwarding Class Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Queue number

Specifies the internal queue number to which a forwarding class is assigned.

Select a queue number from the list.

Forwarding class name

Specifies the forwarding class name assigned to the internal queue number.

Enter a forwarding class name.

Classifiers Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Classifiers in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Classifiers in the J-Web user interface.

    The Classifier configuration page appears. Table 144 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate classifier configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 145.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected classifier configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected classifier configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 144: Classifiers Configuration Page

Field

Function

Classifier name

Displays the name of a classifier.

Classifier type

Displays the classifier type.

The following type of classifiers are supported on :

  • J Series (J6350), SRX210, SRX240, SRX650:

    • dscp—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv4

    • dscp-ipv6—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv6 (default and compatibility)

    • exp—MPLS experimental (EXP) bits classifier

    • ieee-802.1—IEEE-802.1 classifier

    • ieee-802.1ad—IEEE-802.1ad classifier

    • inet-precedence—IPv4 precedence classifier (default and compatibility)

  • SRX3400, SRX3600, SRX5600, SRX5800:

    • dscp—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv4

    • dscp-ipv6—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv6

    • ieee-802.1—IEEE-802.1 classifier

    • ieee-802.1ad—IEEE-802.1ad classifier

    • inet-precedence—Precedence classifier for IPv4

Details of classifiers

Incoming code point

Displays CoS values and the aliases to which the forwarding class and loss priority are mapped.

Forwarding class name

Displays forwarding class names that are assigned to specific CoS values and aliases of a classifier.

Loss priority

Displays loss priorities that are assigned to specific CoS values and aliases of a classifier.

Table 145: Add Classifiers Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Classifier name

Specifies the name of a classifier.

Enter the classifier name.

Classifier type

Specifies a classifier type.

Select a classifier type from the list.

  • J Series (J6350), SRX210, SRX240, SRX650:

    • dscp—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv4.

    • dscp-ipv6—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv6.

    • exp—MPLS experimental bits classifier.

    • ieee-802.1—IEEE-802.1 classifier.

    • ieee-802.1ad—IEEE-802.1ad classifier.

    • inet-precedence—Precedence classifier for IPv4.

  • SRX3400, SRX3600, SRX5600, SRX5800:

    • dscp—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv4.

    • dscp-ipv6—Differentiated Services code point classifier for IPv6.

    • ieee-802.1—IEEE-802.1 classifier.

    • ieee-802.1ad—IEEE-802.1ad classifier.

    • inet-precedence—Precedence classifier for IPv4.

Code point mapping

Specifies the code point mapping created.

Click one:

  • Add—Adds a code point mapping.

  • Edit—Edits the selected code point mapping.

  • Delete— Deletes a record.

Code point

Specifies the CoS value in bits and the alias of a classifier.

Select the CoS value in bits and the alias of a classifier from the list.

Forwarding class

Specifies the forwarding class to the specified CoS value and alias.

Select the forwarding class for the specified CoS value and alias from the list.

Loss priority

Specifies a loss priority for the specified CoS value and alias.

Select the loss priority for the specified CoS value and alias from the list.

Rewrite Rules Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Rewrite Rules in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Rewrite Rules in the J-Web user interface.

    The Configure Rewrite Rule configuration page appears. Table 146 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate rewrite rule configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 147.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected rewrite rule configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected rewrite rule configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 146: Rewrite Rule Configuration Page

Field

Function

Rewrite rule name

Displays the names of defined rewrite rules.

Rewrite rule type

Displays the rewrite rule type.

Code Point Details

Egress/Outgoing Code point

Displays the CoS values and aliases that a specific rewrite rule has set for a specific forwarding class and loss priority.

Forwarding class name

Displays the forwarding classes associated with a specific rewrite rule.

Loss priority

Displays the loss priority values associated with a specific rewrite rule.

Table 147: Add Rewrite Rule Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Rewrite rule name

Displays the name of a defined rewrite rule.

Rewrite rule type

Specifies a rewrite rule type.

Select a rewrite rule type from the list.

The following rule types are supported for J6350 and all SRX Series devices:

  • dscp—Defines the Differentiated Services code point rewrite rule.

  • ieee-802.1—Defines the IEEE-802.1 rewrite rule.

  • inet-precedence—Defines the precedence rewrite rule for IPv4.

  • exp—Defines the MPLS EXP rewrite rule (not supported for SRX3400, SRX3600, SRX5600, and SRX5800 devices).

  • dscp-ipv6—Defines the Differentiated Services code point rewrite rule for IPv6.

  • ieee-802.1ad—Defines the IEEE-802.1ad rewrite rule.

  • frame-relay-de—Defines the frame relay discard eligible bit rewrite rule (not supported for SRX3400, SRX3600, SRX5600, and SRX5800 devices).

Code point mapping

Specifies the code point mapping created.

Click one:

  • Add or +—Adds a code point mapping.

  • Edit or /—Edits the selected code point mapping.

  • Delete or X— Deletes a record.

Code point

Specifies the CoS value in bits and the alias of a classifier.

Select a CoS value and alias from the list.

Forwarding class

Specifies that it assigns the forwarding class to the rewrite rule.

Select the forwarding class of the rewrite rule from the list.

Loss priority

Specifies that it assigns a loss priority to the specified rewrite rule.

Select the loss priority of the rewrite rule from the list.

Schedulers Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Schedulers in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Schedulers in the J-Web user interface.

    The Configure Schedulers configuration page appears. Table 149 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Global Setting—Enable or disable non-strict priority to all the schedulers globally. Enter information as specified in Table 148.

    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate configuration of schedulers. Enter information as specified in Table 150.

    • Edit or /—Edits the configuration of selected schedulers.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the configuration of selected schedulers.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 148: Schedulers Global Setting

Field

Function

Enable Non Strict Priority

Applies non-strict priority policy to all the schedulers.

Table 149: Schedulers Configuration Page

Field

Function

Scheduler name

Displays the names of defined schedulers.

Scheduler priority

Displays the scheduler transmission priority, which determines the order in which an output interface transmits traffic from the queues.

Details of scheduler

Name

Displays the scheduler name.

Value

Displays the CoS value.

Table 150: Add Schedulers Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Scheduler name

Specifies the name of a scheduler.

Enter the scheduler name.

Scheduler priority

Specifies scheduler transmission priority, which determines the order in which an output interface transmits traffic from the queues.

Select the scheduler priority from the list.

  • high—Packets in this queue have high priority.

  • low—Packets in this queue are transmitted last.

  • medium-low—Packets in this queue have medium-low priority.

  • medium-high—Packets in this queue have medium-high priority.

  • strict-high—Packets in this queue are transmitted first.

Buffer size

Specifies the size of the delay buffer.

Select one of the options from the list.

  • exact—Exact buffer size.

  • percent—Percentage of the total buffer. Select and type an integer from 1 through 100.

  • remainder—Remaining available buffer size.

  • temporal—Temporal value in microseconds.

Shaping rate

Specifies the minimum bandwidth allocated to a queue.

Select one of the options from the list.

  • rate—Shaping rate as an absolute number of bits per second. Select and type an integer from 3200 through 160,000,000,000 bits per second.

  • percent—Shaping rate as a percentage. Select and type an integer from 0 through 100.

Transmit rate

Specifies the transmission rate of a scheduler.

Select one of the options from the list.

  • rate—Transmit rate. Select and type an integer from 3200 through 160,000,000,000 bits per second.

  • exact—Exact transmit rate.

  • percent—Percentage of transmission capacity. Select and type an integer from 1 through 100.

  • remainder—Remaining transmission capacity.

Scheduler Maps Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Scheduler Maps in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Scheduler Maps in the J-Web user interface.

    The Configure Schedulers maps configuration page appears. Table 151 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate schedulers maps configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 152.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected schedulers maps configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected schedulers maps configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 151: Schedulers Maps Configuration Page

Field

Function

Scheduler map name

Displays the names of defined scheduler maps. Scheduler maps link schedulers to forwarding classes.

Schedulers

Displays the schedulers assigned for each map.

Forwarding classes

Displays the forwarding classes assigned for each map.

Details of Schedulers

Name

Displays the scheduler assigned to the selected scheduler map.

Value

Displays the CoS values.

Table 152: Add Schedulers Maps Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Scheduler map name

Specifies the name of a scheduler map.

Enter a name for the scheduler map.

best-effort

Specifies no service profile. Loss priority is typically not carried in a CoS value.

Select an option from the list.

expedited-forwarding

Specifies end-to-end service with low loss, low latency, low jitter, and assured bandwidth.

Select an option from the list.

assured-forwarding

Specifies the group of defined values.

Select an option from the list.

network-control

Specifies CoS packet forwarding class of high priority.

Select an option from the list.

Drop Profile Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Drop Profile in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Drop Profile in the J-Web user interface.

    The Red Drop Profiles configuration page appears. Table 153 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate drop profile configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 154.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected drop profile configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected drop profile configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 153: Drop Profile Configuration Page

Field

Function

Drop profile name

Displays the configured random early detection (RED) drop profile names.

Profile type

Displays whether a RED drop profile type is interpolated or segmented.

Data points

Displays information about the data point types.

Table 154: Add Drop Profile Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Drop Profile Name

Specifies a name for a drop profile.

Enter a drop profile name.

Interpolated

Specifies whether the value pairs are interpolated to produce a smooth profile.

Select Interpolated.

Segmented

Specifies whether the value pairs are represented by line fragments, which connect each data point on the graph to produce a segmented profile.

Select Segmented.

Add Data Point

Specifies the data point created. The options available are:

  • Add—Adds a data point.

  • Edit—Edits the selected data point.

  • Delete—Deletes a record.

Select an option.

Fill Level

Specifies the percentage value of queue buffer fullness for the X-coordinate.

Enter a percentage value for fill level, for example, 95.

Drop Probability

Specifies the percentage value of drop probability for the Y-coordinate.

Enter a percentage value for drop probability, for example, 85.

Virtual Channel Groups Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Virtual Channel Groups in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Virtual Channel Groups in the J-Web user interface.

    The Virtual Channel Group Information configuration page appears. Table 155 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add—Adds a new or duplicate virtual group channel configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 156.

    • Edit—Edits the selected virtual group channel configuration.

    • Delete—Deletes the selected virtual group channel configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 155: Virtual Channel Group Information Configuration Page

Field

Function

Virtual Channel Group Name

Displays the name of defined virtual channel groups.

Virtual Channel Name

Displays the name of defined virtual channels.

Default

Displays the default virtual channel of a group marking.

Scheduler Map

Displays the scheduler map assigned to a particular virtual channel.

Shaping Rate

Displays the shaping rate configured for a virtual channel.

Table 156: Add Virtual Channel Group Information Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Virtual Channel Name

Specifies the name of a virtual channel to be assigned to a virtual channel group.

Select a predefined name from the list or enter a new virtual channel name.

Scheduler Map

Specifies a predefined scheduler map to assign to a virtual channel.

Scheduler maps associate schedulers with forwarding classes.

Select a scheduler map from the list.

Unconfigured

Specifies no shaping rate.

Select the option.

Shaping Rate

Specifies the shaping rate for a virtual channel.

Configuring a shaping rate is optional. If no shaping rate is configured, a virtual channel without a shaper can use the full logical interface bandwidth. The options available are:

  • Absolute Rate—Configures a shaping rate as an absolute number of bits per second. The range is 3200 through 320000000000.

  • Percent—Configures a shaping rate as a percentage. The range is 0 through 100.

Select an option.

Assign To Interface Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Assign To Interface in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Class of Service>Assign To Interface in the J-Web user interface.

    The Configure Interface Association configuration page appears. Table 157 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click the following:
    • Edit or /—Edits the selected interface. Edit information as specified in Table 158.

  3. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate assign to interface configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 159.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected assign to interface configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected assign to interface configuration.

  4. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 157: Assign To Interface Configuration Page

Field

Function

Port

Displays the port and interface name.

Scheduler map

Displays the predefined scheduler maps for the physical interface.

Details of Logical Interfaces

Unit

Displays the name of a logical interface.

Forwarding class

Displays the forwarding classes assigned to a particular interface.

Scheduler map

Displays the scheduler maps assigned to a particular interface.

Virtual channel group

Displays the virtual channel groups assigned to a particular interface.

Classifier[dscp,dscpv6,exp,inet]

Displays the classifiers assigned to a particular interface—for example, information about DSCP and DSCPv6, EXP, and IPv4 (inet precedence) classifiers.

Rewrite rule[dscp,dscpv6,exp,inet]

Displays the rewrite rules assigned to a particular interface—for example, information about Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP and DSCPv6), EXP, and IPv4 (inet precedence) rewrite rules.

Table 158: Edit Interface Page

FieldFunctionAction

Interface Name

Displays the selected interface name.

None.

Associate system default scheduler map

Specifies that you can associate the system default scheduler map with the selected interface.

Select Associate system default scheduler map.

Select the scheduler map

Specifies the scheduler map to the selected interface.

Select Select the scheduler map and select a value from the list.

Table 159: Add Assign To Interface Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Unit

Specifies the name of a logical interface.

Enter a logical interface name.

Scheduler map

Specifies a predefined scheduler map for this interface.

Select a scheduler map from the list.

Forwarding class

Assigns a predefined forwarding class to incoming packets on a logical interface.

Select a forwarding class from the list.

Virtual channel group

Applies a virtual channel group to a logical interface.

Select a virtual channel group from the list.

Classifiers

dscp

Specifies the Differentiated Services Code Point of the classifier type assigned to a particular interface.

Select a classifier DSCP value from the list.

dscp v6

Specifies the Differentiated Services Code Point version 6 of the classifier type assigned to a particular interface.

Select a classifier DSCPv6 value from the list.

exp

Specifies the EXP classifier type assigned to a particular interface.

Select an EXP classifier value from the list.

inet precedence

Specifies the IPv4 precedence classifier type assigned to a particular interface.

Select an IPv4 precedence classifier value from the list.

Rewrite rules

dscp

Specifies the Differentiated Services Code Point of the rewrite rule type assigned to a particular interface.

Select a rewrite rule DSCP value from the list.

dscp v6

Specifies the Differentiated Services Code Point version 6 of the rewrite rule type assigned to a particular interface.

Select a rewrite rule DSCPv6 value from the list.

exp

Specifies the EXP rewrite rule type assigned to a particular interface.

Select an EXP rewrite rule value from the list.

inet precedence

Specifies the IPv4 precedence rewrite rule type assigned to a particular interface.

Select an IPv4 precedence rewrite rule value from the list.

Forwarding Mode

Forwarding Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>Security>Forwarding in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

    Or

    Select Configure>Network>Forwarding Mode in the J-Web user interface.

    The Forwarding configuration page appears. Table 160 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

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

    • Reset—Resets your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 160: Forwarding Configuration Options

Field

Function

Action

Forwarding Options

Family IPv6

Supports IPv6 protocol traffic, including Routing Information Protocol for IPv6 (RIPng).

If your device is operating in a secure context, IPv6 is disabled and the device drops IPv6 packets by default. You must enable IPv6 for a device in secure mode to enable forwarding of IPv6 packets.

Select the check box to enable forwarding of IPv6 packets. The default is flow mode.

Family ISO

Supports IS-IS traffic.

If your device is operating in a secure context, the ISO protocol is disabled by default. You must enable the ISO protocol for a device in secure mode to forward IS-IS packets.

Select the check box to enable forwarding of IS-IS packets. The default is flow mode.

Family MPLS

Supports MPLS traffic.

If your device is operating in a secure context, MPLS is disabled. You must enable the MPLS protocol to allow MPLS traffic to pass through.

Select the check box to enable forwarding of MPLS packets. The default is flow mode.

Caution: When you select this check box to enable packet-based MPLS, the following warning appears: “This will deactivate all security services. Are you sure?” If you select Yes, all security polices will be disabled. Disabling MPLS will not enable security policies. You can only enable security policies with the CLI.