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Devices

 

Maintaining Files

  1. Select Maintain>Files in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Files in the J-Web user interface.

    The Files page appears. Table 267 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click Clean Up Files. The device rotates log files and identifies the files that can be safely deleted.

    The J-Web interface displays the files that you can delete and the amount of space that will be freed on the file system.

  3. Click one:
    • OK — Deletes the files and returns to the Files page.

    • Cancel — Cancels your entries and returns to the list of files in the directory.

Enter the information specified in Table 267 to maintain the secure router.

Table 267: Clean Up Files Maintenance Options

FieldFunctionAction
Clean Up Files

Rotates log files

Indicates all information in the current log files is archived and fresh log files are created.

Deletes log files in /var/log

Indicates any files that are not currently being written to are deleted.

Deletes temporary files in /var/tmp

Indicates any files that have not been accessed within two days are deleted.

Deletes all crash files in /var/crash

Indicates any core files that the device has written during an error are deleted.

Deletes all software images (*.tgz files) in /var/sw/pkg

Indicates any software image copied to this directory during software upgrades are deleted.

Download and Delete Files

Log Files

Lists the log files located in the /var/log directory on the device.

The available options are:

  • Delete—Deletes files.

  • Download—Downloads files.

Select an option.

Temporary Files

Lists the temporary files located in the /var/tmp directory on the device.

The available options are:

  • Delete—Deletes files.

  • Download—Downloads files.

Select an option.

Jailed Temporary Files

Lists the jailed temporary files located in the /var/jail/tmp directory on the device.

The available options are:

  • Delete—Deletes files.

  • Download—Downloads files.

Select an option.

Old JUNOS Software

Lists the software images located in the /var/sw/pkg (*.tgz files) directory on the device.

The available options are:

  • Delete—Deletes files.

  • Download—Downloads files.

Select an option.

Crash (Core) File

Lists the core files located in the /var/crash directory on the device.

The available options are:

  • Delete—Deletes files.

  • Download—Downloads files.

Select an option.

Database Files

Lists the database files located in the /var/db directory on the device.

The available options are:

  • Delete—Deletes files.

  • Download—Downloads files.

Select an option.

Delete Backup JUNOS Package

Delete backup Junos package

Reviews the backup image information listed.

The available options are:

  • OK—Deletes the backup image and returns to the Files page.

  • Cancel—Cancels the deletion of the backup image and returns to the Files page.

Click Delete backup JUNOS package and then select an option.

Note: Delete backup option is hidden if the router is in dual-root partitioning scheme

Maintaining Reboot Schedule

Select Maintain>Reboot in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platforms.

Or

Select Administration>Devices>Reboot in the J-Web user interface.

The Reboot maintain page appears.

Provide the information specified in Table 268 to maintain the secure router.

Table 268: Reboot Schedule Maintenance Options

Field

Function

Action

Reboot Immediately

Reboots the device immediately.

Select this option to reboot the device immediately.

Reboot in number of minutes

Reboots the device in the number of minutes from the current time.

Select this option to reboot the device after the specified number of minutes from the current time.

Reboot when the system time is hour:minute

Reboots the device at the absolute time that you specify, on the current day.

Select a two-digit hour in 24-hour format and a two-digit minute.

Halt Immediately

Stops the device software immediately. After the software has stopped, you can access the device through the console port only.

Select this option to stop the device immediately.

Reboot From Media

Reboots the device from the specified media type.

Choose the boot device from the Reboot From Media list:

  • internal—Reboots from the internal media (default).

  • usb—Reboots from the USB storage device.

Message

Displays a message to the user on the device before the reboot occurs.

Type a message to be displayed to the user on the device before the reboot occurs.

Schedule

Schedules a reboot based on the information specified in the previous fields.

Select this option to schedule a reboot. The J-Web interface requests confirmation to perform the reboot or to halt. Click:

  • OK— Confirms the operation.

    • If the reboot is scheduled to occur immediately, the device reboots. You cannot access J-Web until the device has restarted and the boot sequence is complete. After the reboot is complete, refresh the browser window to display the J-Web login page.

    • If the reboot is scheduled to occur in the future, the Reboot page displays the time until reboot. You have the option to cancel the request by clicking Cancel Reboot on the J-Web interface Reboot page.

    • If the device is halted, all software processes stop and you can access the device through the console port only. Reboot the device by pressing any key on the keyboard.

      Note: If you cannot connect to the device through the console port, shut down the device by pressing and holding the power button on the front panel until the POWER LED turns off. After the device has shut down, you can power on the device by pressing the power button again. The POWER LED lights during startup and remains steadily green when the device is operating normally.

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

Maintaining System Snapshots

  1. Select Maintain>Snapshot in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Snapshot in the J-Web user interface.

    The Snapshot page appears. Table 269 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click Snapshot — Creates a boot device on an alternate medium.
  3. Click one :
    • OK — Performs the system snapshot to an medium.

    • Cancel — Cancels the system snapshot to another medium.

Enter the information specified in Table 269 to maintain the secure router.

Table 269: Snapshot Maintenance Options

FieldFunctionAction

Target Media

Specifies the boot device to copy the snapshot to.

Note: You cannot copy software to the active boot device.

The available options for a boot device that is not the active boot device:

  • internal — Copies software to the internal media.

  • usb — Copies software to the device connected to the USB port.

Select an option.

Factory

Copies only the default files that were loaded on the internal media when it was shipped from the factory, plus the rescue configuration if one has been set.

Note: After a boot device is created with the default factory configuration, it can operate only in an internal media slot.

Select the check box.

Partition

Partitions the medium. This process is usually necessary for boot devices that do not already have software installed on them.

Select the check box.

Software

Maintaining Software Upload Packages

  1. Select Maintain>Software>Upload Package in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Software>Upload Package in the J-Web user interface.

    The Upload Package maintain page appears.

  2. Enter the information specified in Table 270 to maintain the secure router.
  3. Click Upload and Install Package. The software is activated after the device has rebooted.

Table 270: Upload Package Maintenance Options

FieldFunctionAction

File to Upload

Specifies the location of the software package on the local system.

Enter the location of the software package, or click Choose File to navigate to the location.

Reboot If Required

Specifies that the device is automatically rebooted when the upgrade is complete.

Select the check box for the device to reboot automatically when the upgrade is complete.

Do not save backup

Specifies that the backup copy of the current Junos OS package is not saved.

Select the check box to save the backup copy of the Junos OS package.

Format and re-partition the media before installation

Specifies that the storage media is formatted and new partitions are created.

Select the check box to format the internal media with dual-root partitioning.

Maintaining Software Install Packages

  1. Select Maintain>Software>Install Package in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Software>Install Package in the J-Web user interface.

    The Install Package maintain page appears.

  2. Enter the information specified in Table 271 to maintain the secure router.
  3. Click Fetch and Install Package. The software is activated after the device reboots.

Table 271: Install Package Maintenance Options

FieldFunctionAction

Package Location

Specifies the FTP or HTTP server, file path, and software package name.

Enter the full address of the software package location on the FTP or HTTP server. For example, use one of the following format:

ftp://hostname/pathname/package-name

http://hostname/pathname/package-name

User

Specifies the username to use on a remote server.

Enter the username.

Password

Specifies the password to use on a remote server.

Enter the password.

Reboot If Required

Specifies that the device is automatically rebooted when the upgrade is complete.

Select the check box for the device to reboot automatically when the upgrade is complete.

Do not save backup

Specifies that the backup copy of the current Junos OS package is not saved.

Select the check box to save the backup copy of the Junos OS package.

Format and re-partition the media before installation

Specifies that the storage media is formatted and new partitions are created.

Select the check box to format the internal media with dual-root partitioning.

Maintaining Software Downgrades

  1. Select Maintain>Software>Downgrade in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Software>Downgrade in the J-Web user interface.

    The Downgrade maintain page appears. The image of the previous version (if any) is displayed on this page.

  2. Click Downgrade to downgrade to the previous version of the software.Note

    This operation cannot be undone.

  3. Reboot the device when the downgrade process is complete and for the new software to take effect. To reboot, perform the steps in Maintaining Reboot Schedule.Note

    To downgrade to an earlier version, follow the procedure for upgrading, using the software image labeled with the appropriate release.

Config Management

Maintaining Configuration Management Upload Files

  1. Select Maintain>Config Management>Upload in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Config Management>Upload in the J-Web user interface.

    The Upload Files page appears.

  2. Enter the absolute path and filename in the File to Upload box.Note

    You can also click Browse to navigate to the file location and select it.

  3. Click Upload and Commit to upload and commit the configuration.

    The device checks the configuration for the correct syntax before committing it.

Maintaining Configuration Management History

  1. Select Maintain>Config Management>History in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Config Management>History in the J-Web user interface.

    The History page appears. Table 272 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Number — Displays a configuration .

    • Compare — Compares two configurations files that you select.

      • The main pane displays the differences between the two configuration files at each hierarchy level as follows:

        • Lines that have changed are highlighted side by side in green.

        • Lines that exist only in the most recent configuration file are displayed in red on the left.

        • Lines that exist only in the least recent configuration file are displayed in blue on the right.

    • Download — Downloads a configuration file to your local system.

      • Select the options on your Web browser to save the configuration file to a target directory on your local system.

        The file is saved as an ASCII file.

    • Rollback — Rolls back the configuration to any of the previous versions stored on the device.

      • The main pane displays the results of the rollback operation.

        Note

        Click Rollback to load the device and download the selected configuration. This behavior is different from entering the rollback configuration mode command from the CLI, where the configuration is loaded, but not committed.

Enter the information specified in Table 272 to maintain the secure router.

Table 272: History Maintenance Options

FieldFunctionAction

Number

Indicates the version of the configuration file.

Date/Time

Indicates the date and time the configuration was committed.

User

Indicates the name of the user who committed the configuration.

Client

Indicates the method by which the configuration was committed.

The available options are:

  • cli—A user entered a Junos OS CLI command.

  • junoscript—A Junos XML management protocol client performed the operation. Commit operations performed by users through the J-Web interface are identified in this way.

  • snmp—An SNMP set request started the operation.

  • button—The CONFIG button on the router was pressed to commit the rescue configuration (if set) or to clear all configurations except the factory configuration.

  • autoinstall—Autoinstallation is performed.

  • other—Another method was used to commit the configuration.

Comment

Indicates comments.

Log Message

Indicates the method used to edit the configuration.

  • Imported via paste—Configuration was edited and loaded with the Configure>CLI Tools>CLI Editor option.

  • Imported upload [filename]—Configuration was uploaded with the Configuration>View and Edit>Upload Configuration File option.

  • Modified via quick-configuration—Configuration was modified with the specified version of the J-Web user interface.

  • Rolled back via user-interface—Configuration was rolled back to a previous version through the user interface specified by user-interface, which can be Web Interface or CLI.

Action

Indicates action to perform with the configuration file.

The available options are:

  • Download—Downloads a file.

  • Rollback—Rolls back a file.

Select an option.

Maintaining the Rescue Configuration

  1. Select Maintain>Config Management>Rescue in the J-Web user interface if you are using SRX5400, SRX5600, or SRX5800 platform.

    Or

    Select Administration>Devices>Config Management>Rescue in the J-Web user interface.

    The Rescue page appears.

  2. Click one:
    • View rescue configuration — Displays the current rescue configuration (if it exists).

    • Set rescue configuration — Sets the current running configuration as the rescue configuration. Click OK to confirm or Cancel to cancel.

    • Delete rescue configuration — Deletes the current rescue configuration. Click OK to confirm or Cancel to cancel.