- JUNOS-FIPS requires an Adaptive Services II FIPS PIC for
external IPSec connections. See the Secure Configuration Guide for Common Criteria and JUNOS-FIPS for more information.
- Supports tunnel services. This feature is included with
the PIC and does not require an individual license.
- Individual licenses must be purchased for additional services
such as Network Address Translation (NAT), stateful firewall, intrusion
detection services (IDS), IPSec. J-Flow accounting, and voice services.
For information about which services are supported by PIC and platform
type, see the JUNOS Services Interfaces
- Power requirement: 0.4 A @ 48 V (19 W)
- Support for up to 2000 service sets
- Active monitoring on up to 1 million flows
- Support for MTUs up to 9192 bytes for Gigabit Ethernet
and SONET interfaces
For a list of the software features available
for services PICs, see the JUNOS
Services Interfaces Configuration Guide.
Depending on your JUNOS release and individual licenses, software
features for this PIC can include:
- Stateful firewall with packet inspection:
- Detects SYN attacks, ICMP and UDP floods, and ping-of-death
- NAT for IP addresses
- Port Address Translation (PAT) for port numbers
- J-Flow accounting exports cflowd version 5 and version
- Tunnel services:
- IP-IP unicast tunneling
- GRE unicast tunneling—Supports GRE fragmentation
- PIM sparse mode unicast tunneling
- Virtual tunnel interface for Layer 3 VPNs
- IPSec encryption
- Voice services:
- Compressed Real-Time Protocol (CRTP)
- Multilink Frame Relay (MLFR)
- Multilink Point-to-Point Protocol (MLPP)
Status LED, one tricolor:
- Off—PIC is offline and it is safe to remove it from
- Green—PIC is operating normally.
- Amber—PIC is initializing.
- Red—PIC has an error or failure and no further harm
can be done by removing it from the chassis.
Application LED, one tricolor:
- Off—Service is not running.
- Green—Service is running under acceptable load.
- Amber—Service is overloaded.