Preparing the Network Hierarchy

Juniper Secure Analytics (JSA) uses the network hierarchy to understand your network traffic and provides you with the ability to view network activity for your entire deployment. JSA supports any network hierarchy that can be defined by a range of IP addresses.

You can create your network based on many different variables, including geographical or business units. For example, your network hierarchy might include corporate IP address ranges (internal or external), physical departments or areas, mail servers, and webservers.

Once you define the components you want to add to your network hierarchy, you can install JSA, and then configure the network hierarchy using the JSA interface. For each component you want to add to the network hierarchy, use Table 19 to indicate each component in your network map.

At a minimum, we recommend that you define objects in the network hierarchy for:

Table 19: Network Hierarchy

Description

Name

IP/CIDR Value

Color

Weight

Example for NAT

NAT_Ranges

0.0.0.5/32

#00FF33

50

Example for DMZ

Internal

0.0.0.1/32

#000099

50

For more information, see the Administration Guide.

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