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New and Changed Features

 

This section describes new features and enhancements to existing features in Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D190 for vSRX.

New Features for Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D190

There are no new features introduced in Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D190 for vSRX.

vSRX Architecture Illustration

vSRX Architecture

Figure 1 is a high-level illustration of the vSRX architecture as of Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D190.

Figure 1: vSRX Architecture



vSRX Architecture

Supported Features

Starting in Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D15 for vSRX, Juniper Networks changed the name of the virtual security product to vSRX.

For details about Junos OS features supported on vSRX, see Feature Explorer: vSRX.

Note that all commands in the Junos OS Release 15.1 code that do not apply to vSRX will be removed from the command-line interface (CLI) of the vSRX software images.

Supported Features References

Table 1 lists documentation references to Junos OS features that are supported starting from Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D70 for vSRX.

Note

Some vSRX features require a license. See vSRX Feature Licenses Overview for more details.

Table 1: Documentation References for Junos OS Features Supported on vSRX

Feature

Feature Documentation

vSRX Platform

Application Firewall (AppFW)

Application Firewall Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Application Identification (AppID)

Understanding Application Identification Techniques

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Application Layer Gateways (ALGs)

ALG Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Application Quality of Service (AppQoS)

Understanding Application QoS (AppQoS)

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Attack Detection and Prevention (ADP)

Attack Detection and Prevention Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Chassis cluster support for Virtio driver

Chassis Cluster Overview

KVM

Chassis cluster support for VMXNET3 driver

Chassis Cluster Overview

VMware

Chassis cluster support for Windows Hyper-V Server 2016

Note: Starting in Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D100 for vSRX, support for chassis clustering to provide network node redundancy is only available on Windows Hyper-V Server 2016.

Chassis Cluster Overview

Hyper-V

Class of service (CoS)

Understanding Class of Service

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

Understanding Interfaces

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Flow and packet processing

Juniper Networks Devices Processing Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDP)

Understanding Intrusion Detection and Prevention

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

IPsec VPN

IPsec VPN Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)

MPLS Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Multicast

Multicast Overview

VMware, KVM, and Contrail

Network Address Translation (NAT)

Introduction to NAT

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Routing protocols

Junos OS Routing Protocols Library

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Security building blocks

Understanding Security Basics

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Transparent mode

Ethernet Switching and Layer 2 Transparent Mode Overview

VMware, KVM, and Contrail

Unified Threat Management (UTM)

Unified Threat Management Overview

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

User authentication

Understanding User Authentication for Security Devices

VMware, KVM, Contrail, AWS, Azure, and Hyper-V

Unsupported Features

While vSRX supports many of the Junos OS features supported on other SRX Series devices, not all features are supported. For information about Junos OS features that are not supported on vSRX, see Known Behavior and SRX Series Features Not Supported on vSRX for specific support limitations.