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Table of Contents

About This Guide
Objectives
Audience
Document Conventions
Related Juniper Networks Documentation
Documentation Feedback
Requesting Technical Support
Monitor
J-Web Monitoring Online Help
Using the Monitoring Tools
Monitoring Interfaces
Monitoring Events and Alarms
Monitoring the System
Monitoring System Properties (J Series)
Monitoring System Properties (SRX Series)
Monitoring the Chassis
IOC to NPC Mapping
Monitoring New J-Web Pages for 9.6
Monitoring System Log Messages with the J-Web Event Viewer
Monitoring System Properties (J Series)
Monitoring Hardware Components Using the Graphical Chassis Viewer
Monitoring Process Details
Monitoring NAT
Monitoring Source NAT Information
Monitoring Destination NAT Information
Monitoring Static NAT Information
Monitoring Incoming Table Information
Monitoring Interface NAT Port Information
Monitoring Security Features
Monitoring Policies
Graph Pane
Policy Counter
Monitoring Screen Counters
Monitoring Flow Session Statistics
Monitoring Flow Session Statistics Summary Information
Monitoring Flow Information for All Sessions
Monitoring Flow Information for Application Sessions
Monitoring Flow Session Destination Port Information
Monitoring Flow Session Destination Prefix Information
Monitoring Flow Session Interface Information
Monitoring Flow Session Protocol Information
Monitoring Flow Session Resource Manager
Monitoring Flow Session Identifier Session
Monitoring Flow Session Source Port Information
Monitoring Flow Session Source Prefix Information
Monitoring Flow Session Tunnel Information
Monitoring IDP
Monitoring IDP Status
Monitoring IDP
Monitoring Flow Gate Information
Monitoring Firewall Authentication
Monitoring Firewall Authentication Table
Monitoring Firewall Authentication History
Monitoring 802.1x
Monitoring ALGs
Monitoring SIP ALG Information
Monitoring SIP ALG Calls
Monitoring SIP ALG Counters
Monitoring SIP ALG Rate Information
Monitoring SIP ALG Transactions
Monitoring H.323 ALG Information
Monitoring MGCP ALG Information
Monitoring MGCP ALG Calls
Monitoring MGCP ALG Counters
Monitoring MGCP ALG Endpoints
Monitoring SCCP ALG Information
Monitoring SCCP ALG Calls
Monitoring SCCP ALG Counters
Monitoring VPNs
Monitoring IKE Gateway Information
Monitoring IPsec VPN—Phase I
Monitoring IPsec VPN—Phase II
Monitoring IPsec VPN Information
Monitoring Enhanced Switching
Monitoring Ethernet Switching
Monitoring Spanning Tree
Monitoring IGMP Snooping
Monitoring GVRP
Monitoring Routing Information
Monitoring Route Information
Monitoring RIP Routing Information
Monitoring OSPF Routing Information
Monitoring BGP Routing Information
Monitoring DLSw Routing Information
Monitoring Class-of-Service Performance
Monitoring CoS Interfaces
Monitoring CoS Classifiers
Monitoring CoS Value Aliases
Monitoring CoS RED Drop Profiles
Monitoring CoS Forwarding Classes
Monitoring CoS Rewrite Rules
Monitoring CoS Scheduler Maps
Monitoring MPLS Traffic Engineering Information
Monitoring MPLS Interfaces
Monitoring MPLS LSP Information
Monitoring MPLS LSP Statistics
Monitoring RSVP Session Information
Monitoring MPLS RSVP Interfaces Information
Monitoring PPPoE
Monitoring the WAN Acceleration Interface
Monitoring DHCP
Monitoring Services
Monitoring DHCP
Monitoring DHCP Service Statistics
Monitoring DHCP Client Bindings
Monitoring RPM Probes
Monitoring and Managing FEB Redundancy
Monitoring System Properties
Monitor Tasks
Monitor Task Overview
Using Monitor Tasks
System
Chassis
Interfaces
Routing
Class of Service
MPLS
Service Sets
Firewall
IPSec
NAT
DHCP
RPM
PPPoE
FEB Redundancy (M120 Routing Platforms Only)
Chassis Viewer (M7i, M10i, and M320 Routing Platforms Only)
Sample Task—Monitoring Interfaces
Sample Task—Monitoring Route Information
Configuration
Quick Configuration
Configuring Basic Settings with J-Web
Configuring the Device’s System Identity
Configuring the Device’s Date and Time
Generating SSL Certificates
Configuring Interfaces—Quick Configuration
Configuring an E1 Interface with Quick Configuration
Configuring an E3 Interface with Quick Configuration
Configuring a Fast Ethernet Interface with Quick Configuration
Configuring Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces—Quick Configuration
Configuring a 10-Gigabit Ethernet Interface with Quick Configuration
Configuring T1 Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring T3 Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring Serial Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring MLPPP and MLFR Bundles on Services Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring an ATM-over-ADSL Interface with Quick Configuration
Configuring an ATM-over-SHDSL Interface with Quick Configuration
Configuring PPPoE Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring ISDN BRI Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring ISDN BRI Physical Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring ISDN BRI Dialer Interfaces with Quick Configuration
Configuring Redundant Ethernet Interfaces—Quick Configuration
Configuring the 3G Wireless Modem Interface—Quick Configuration
Configuring Network Interfaces
Viewing and Configuring Interfaces
Configuring Fast Ethernet Interfaces
Configuring Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces
Configuring Logical Ethernet Interfaces
Configuring ATM-over-VDSL Interfaces
Configuring ATM-over-SHDSL Interfaces
Configuring ATM-over-ADSL Interfaces
2-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet XPIM Configuration Page Options
CT1/CE1 Interface Configuration Page Options
Configuring the DOCSIS Mini-PIM Interfaces
Configuring LACP in J-Web
Managing User Authentication
Adding a RADIUS Server or TACACS Server for Authentication
Configuring System Authentication
Adding New Users
Configuring SNMP with Quick Configuration
Configuring Routing Protocols with the J-Web Interface
Configuring Static Routes in J-Web
Configuring a RIP Network in J-Web
Configuring an OSPF Network in J-Web
Configuring BGP Sessions in J-Web
Configuring a Routing Policy in J-Web
Configuring DLSw with Quick Configuration
Configuring CoS (J-Web Procedure)
Defining CoS Value Aliases
Defining Forwarding Classes
Defining Classifiers
Defining Rewrite Rules
Defining Schedulers
Defining Scheduler Maps
Defining Drop Profiles
Defining Virtual Channel Groups
Assigning CoS Components to Interfaces
Defining Virtual Channel Groups
Configuring RPM with Quick Configuration
Configuring the WXC ISM 200
Configuring the WXC ISM 200 Using J-Web Quick Configuration
Configuring Security Zones
Configuring Policy Elements
Configuring Addresses and Address Sets—Quick Configuration
Configuring Addresses
Configuring Address Sets
Configuring Applications and Application Sets—Quick Configuration
Configuring Global Custom Application Settings
Configuring Custom Application Terms
Configuring Security Policies
Configuring Policies—Quick Configuration
IDP Policies
Configuring IDP Policies
Adding a New IDP Policy
Configuring an IPS Rulebase
Adding an IPS Rulebase
Configuring an Exempt Rulebase
Adding an Exempt Rulebase
Configuring Policies for UTM using J-Web Configuration
Configuring Security Forwarding
Configuring Flow (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring a Scheduler—Quick Configuration
Configuring Unified Threat Management
Configuring Full Antivirus (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Full Antivirus Custom Objects (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Full Antivirus Feature Profiles (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Full Antivirus UTM Policies (J-Web Procedure)
Attaching Full Antivirus UTM Policies to Security Policies (J-Web Procedure)
J-Web Configuration
J-Web Configuration
J-Web Configuration
Custom Objects
Global Options
URL White List
Monitoring Antivirus Scan Results (J-Web)
Using J-Web to Monitor Web Filtering
Using J-Web for Antispam Monitoring
Using J-Web to Monitor Content Filtering
Configuring IPSec
Configuring IPSec VPN Global Settings in J-Web (Standard VPNs)
Configuring IKE Options
Configuring an IKE Gateway—J-Web Quick Configuration (Standard VPNs)
Configuring an IKE Policy—J-Web Quick Configuration (Standard VPNs)
Configuring Auto Tunnel in J-Web (Standard VPN)
Configuring IPsec Autokey Options
Configuring Auto Tunnel in J-Web (Standard VPN)
Phase 1 of IKE Tunnel Negotiation
Main Modes
Aggressive Mode
Phase 2 of IKE Tunnel Negotiation
Proxy IDs
Perfect Forward Secrecy
Replay Protection
Configuring an IPsec Policy—J-Web Quick Configuration (Standard VPNs)
Configuring an IPsec Phase 2 Proposal—J-Web Quick Configuration (Standard VPNs)
Configuring the Manual Tunnel using J-Web
Configuring Dynamic VPN—Quick Configuration
Dynamic VPN IKE Configuration
Configuring an IKE Gateway—Quick Configuration (Dynamic VPNs)
Configuring an IKE Policy—(Dynamic VPNs)
Configuring an IKE Phase 1 Proposal— (Dynamic VPNs)
Dynamic VPN IPsec Autokey Configuration
Configuring an IPsec Autokey—Quick Configuration (Dynamic VPNs)
Configuring an IPsec Policy—Quick Configuration (Dynamic VPNs)
Configuring an IPsec Phase 2 Proposal—Quick Configuration (Dynamic VPNs)
Dynamic VPN Client
Configuring Global Client Download Settings—Quick Configuration (Dynamic VPNs)
Creating a Client Configuration—Quick Configuration (Dynamic VPNs)
Source NAT Configuration Page Options
Destination NAT Configuration Page Options
Static NAT Configuration Page Options
NAT Proxy ARP Configuration Page Options
Configuring Firewall/NAT
Configuring Destination NAT—Quick Configuration
Configuring Firewall Screen Options (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Firewall/NAT
Configuring Destination NAT—Quick Configuration
Configuring Firewall Screen Options (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Firewall Authentication with the J-Web Interface
Configuring Firewall Authentication (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Application Layer Gateways—Quick Configuration
Configuring a Stateless Firewall Filter with Quick Configuration
Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 Stateless Firewall Filters
Assigning IPv4 and IPv6 Firewall Filters to Interfaces
Configuring Switching Features
Configuring VLANs—Quick Configuration
Configuring a Spanning Tree—Quick Configuration
Configuring 802.1X Features
Configuring Authentication Features (J-Web)
Specifying RADIUS Server Connections on an SRX Series or J Series Device (CLI)
Configuring 802.1X Interface Settings (CLI)
Example: Configuring a Guest VLAN (CLI)
Configuring IGMP Snooping—Quick Configuration
Configuring GVRP—Quick Configuration
Configuring DHCP with Quick Configuration
Configuring DHCP Service with Quick Configuration
Configuring the Router as a DHCP Client with Quick Configuration
Configuring BOOTP or DHCP Relay with Quick Configuration
Chassis Cluster Setup Page Options
Chassis Cluster Configuration Page Options
Chassis Cluster Setup and Configuration Page Options
Configuring Peer Call Servers (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Stations (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Station Template (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Class of Restriction (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring the Media Gateway (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Trunk Groups (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Trunks (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring a Dial Plan (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Digital Manipulation (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Call Features (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring Survivable Call Service (J-Web Procedure)
Configuring IDP
Configuring a Security Package Update
IDP Sensor Configuration Page Options
Configuring the IDP Sensor
Configuring IDP Sensor Detector
Configuration View and Edit
Using Quick Configuration
Point and Click CLI
View Configuration Text
Edit Configuration (J-Web Configuration Editor)
Editing a Configuration
Discarding Parts of a Candidate Configuration
Committing a Configuration
Sample Task—Configuring Accounting Options
Edit Configuration Text
Upload Configuration File
Using History
Displaying Configuration History
Displaying Users Editing the Configuration
Comparing Configuration Files
Downloading a Configuration File
Loading a Previous Configuration File
Using Rescue
Before You Begin
Diagnose
Ping Host
Using the J-Web Ping Host Tool
Ping Host Results and Output Summary
Ping MPLS
Using the J-Web Ping MPLS Tool
Ping MPLS Results and Output
Ping ATM
Using the J-Web Ping ATM Tool
Ping ATM Results and Output Summary
Traceroute
Tracing Unicast Routes from the J-Web Interface
Using the J-Web Traceroute Tool
Traceroute Results and Output Summary
Packet Capture
Capturing and Viewing Packets with the J-Web Interface
Using J-Web Packet Capture
Packet Capture Results and Output Summary
Diagnose Tasks
Using Ping Host
Using Ping MPLS
Using Ping ATM (M-series, MX-series, and T-series Routing Platforms only)
Using Traceroute
Using Packet Capture
Using the CLI Terminal
CLI Terminal Requirements
CLI Overview
Starting the CLI Terminal
Sample Task—Ping Host
Manage
Manage Files
Managing Files with the J-Web Interface
Cleaning Up Files
Downloading Files
Deleting Files
Deleting the Backup Software Image
Manage Software
Managing Software Upgrades and Downgrades
Installing Software Upgrades from a Remote Server
Installing Software Upgrades by Uploading Files
Downgrading the Software with the J-Web Interface
Manage Licenses
Managing JUNOS Software Services Licenses with the J-Web Interface
Adding New Licenses with the J-Web Interface
Deleting Licenses with the J-Web Interface
Displaying License Keys with the J-Web interface
Downloading Licenses with the J-Web Interface
Software Feature Licenses
Manage Reboot
Rebooting or Halting the Device with the J-Web Interface
Manage Snapshot
Configuring a Boot Device for Backup with the J-Web Interface
Manage Tasks
Using Files
Using Software
Using Licenses (J-series Routing Platform Only)
Using Reboot
Using Snapshot
Sample Task—Manage Snapshots
Events
View Events
Monitoring System Log Messages with the J-Web Event Viewer
Configuring the AX411 Access Point (J-Web Configure)
Configuring an Access Point Cluster (J-Web Procedure)
Firmware Upgrade on the AX411 Access Point (J-Web)
Monitoring Access Points
Alarms
View Alarms
Checking Active Alarms
Indexes
Index

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