Logging In to the JSA Interface for the First Time

To log in to Juniper Secure Analytics (JSA) for the first time:

Note: When using a laptop to connect to the system, you must use a terminal program, such as HyperTerminal. Be sure to set Connect Using to the appropriate COM port of the serial connector and Bits per second to 9600. You must also set Stop Bits (1), Data bits (8), and Parity (None).

  1. Power on the system.
  2. Using a serial connection, log in to JSA as root (default username) and the password is not required:

    Username: root

    Note: The username is case sensitive.

  3. Press Enter. The End User License Agreement (EULA) appears.
  4. Read the information in the window. Press the Space bar to advance each window until you have reached the end of the document. Type YES to accept the agreement, then press Enter. The Appliance ID selection window appears.
  5. Select the appliance ID and then press Enter to select Next.

    For more information on the appliance ID, see the KB article KB14832 at https://kb.juniper.net/KB14832.

  6. Select normal from the following types of setup:
    • normal—Default setup
    • recovery—HA recovery setup
  7. select Next. The Tuning Template window appears.
  8. Select Enterprise to tune your appliance.
  9. select Next. The Date and Time window appears.
  10. Select the method you want to use to set the date and time:
    • Manual–Allows you to manually input the time and date. Use the space bar to select the option, and then use Tab to select Next. Press Enter. Go to Step 11.
    • Server–Allows you to specify your time server. Use the space bar to select the option, and then use Tab to select Next. Press Enter. Go to Step 12.
  11. Enter the current date and time and then select Next. Press Enter. The Time Zone Continent window appears.
  12. Select your time zone region, and select Next. The options appearing in this window are regions associated with the continent or area previously selected.
  13. Select one of the following Internet protocol:
    • IPv6—Internet Protocol version 6.
    • IPv4—Internet Protocol version 4.
  14. Select Next. The Management Interface window appears.
  15. Select the interface you want to specify as the management interface and the select Next.
  16. To configure the JSA network settings, enter the values for the following parameters. Use the up or down arrow keys to navigate the fields:
    • Hostname—Type a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) as the system hostname.
    • IP Address—Specify the IP address of the system.
    • Netmask—Specify the network mask address for the system.
    • Gateway—Specify the default gateway for the system.
    • Primary DNS—Specify the primary DNS server.
    • Secondary DNS—Optional. Specify the secondary DNS server.
    • Public IP—Optional. Specify the public IP address of the server. The server uses this IP address to communicate with another server that belongs to a different network using Network Address Translation (NAT). NAT translates an IP address in one network to a different IP address in another network.
    • Email Server—Specify the e-mail server. If you do not have an e-mail server, specify localhost in this field.
  17. Use Tab to select Next. Press Enter. The New Root Password window appears.
  18. To configure the JSA root password:
    1. Type a new password.
    2. Select Next and then press Enter. The Confirm New Root Password window appears.
    3. Retype your new password to confirm it and select Finish.

      A series of messages appears as JSA continues with the installation. This is typically a three-to-five-minute process. When the JSA installation process is complete, the message window appears.

  19. Press Enter and select OK to complete the installation.

    You are now ready to access JSA. For more information, see Accessing the JSA Interface.

  20. Type exit and press Enter.

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