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New and Changed Features

This section lists the changes in the Juniper ATP Appliance for release 5.0.1.

Hardware

JATP700 Appliance—Juniper Networks Advanced Threat Prevention 700 (JATP700) appliance is an advanced threat prevention platform that is designed to identify and prevent targeted attacks across multiple threat vectors. It is a 2-rack-unit (2-U), rack-mountable chassis with dual AC power supplies (or optional dual DC power supplies), eight hard disk drives that support RAID, 128-GB memory, and two 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ interfaces and four 1-Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.

You can deploy the JATP700 appliance in the following ways:

  • A core device
  • A Web collector
  • An All-In-One device

Changes to the Web UI

For this release, the user interface has been modified to display the new product name and branding. Feature navigation and functionality has not changed.

Default Usernames and Passwords

The Juniper ATP Appliance ships with default usernames and passwords for the Web UI and CLI. Please refer to the product documentation for default login information.

Cloud-based Email MTA

MTA-cloud e-mail is no longer supported.

Software-only Deployments on Third-Party Hardware

New software-only deployments on third-party hardware are not supported. Meaning, you cannot take the ISO and install it on your own hardware. (Existing software-only deployments on third-party hardware will continue to be supported.)

Mac Mini Hardware as Collector not supported

Juniper ATP on the Mac Mini acting as a collector is not supported for new product deployments. Note that Mac Mini hardware as a secondary core for Mac OSX detection is supported. (Existing Mac Mini hardware deployments as collectors will continue to be supported .)

Modified: 2018-03-05