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Obtaining the Juniper Sky Advanced Threat Prevention License

 

The remainder of this section applies only if you are using the Juniper Sky ATP premium model. If you are using the free model, you automatically have access to a limited feature set and can skip to the next section.

Unlike other Juniper Networks products, Juniper Sky ATP does not require you to install a license key onto your SRX Series device. Instead, your entitlement for a specific serial number is automatically transferred to the cloud server.

The Juniper Sky ATP premium license can be found on the Juniper Networks product price list. The procedure for obtaining the premium license entitlement is the same as for all other Juniper Network products. The following steps provide an overview.

  1. Contact your local sales office or Juniper Networks partner to place an order for the Juniper Sky ATP premium license.

    After your order is complete, an activation code is e-mailed to you. An authorization code is a unique 16-digit alphanumeric used in conjunction with your device serial number to generate a premium license entitlement.

  2. Use the show chassis hardware CLI command to find the serial number of the SRX Series devices that are to be tied to the Juniper Sky Advanced Threat premium license.

    Look for the serial number associated with the chassis item. In the above example, the serial number is CM1915AK0326.

  3. Open a browser window and go to https://license.juniper.net/ .
  4. Click Login to Generate License Keys and follow the instructions.Note

    You must have a valid Juniper Networks Customer Support Center (CSC) account to log in.

    Juniper Sky ATP does not require you to install a license key onto your SRX Series device. Instead, your entitlement for a specific serial number is automatically transferred to the cloud server. It may take up to 24 hours for your activation to be updated in the Juniper Sky Advanced Threat cloud server.