Licenses

Managing Junos OS Services Licenses with the J-Web Interface

To manage licenses with the J-Web interface, you perform the following tasks:

The Licenses page displays a summary of licensed features that are configured on the device and a list of licenses that are installed on the device. The information on the license management page is summarized in Table 198.

Table 198: Summary of License Management Fields

Field Name

Definition

Feature Summary 

Feature

Name of the licensed feature:

  • Features—Software feature licenses listed in Unresolved xref
  • All features—All-inclusive licenses

Licenses Used

Number of licenses currently being used on the device. Usage is determined by the configuration on the device. If a feature license exists and that feature is configured, the license is considered used.

Licenses Installed

Number of licenses installed on the device for the particular feature.

Licenses Needed

Number of licenses required for legal use of the feature. Usage is determined by the configuration on the device: If a feature is configured and the license for that feature is not installed, a single license is needed.

Installed Licenses 

ID

Unique alphanumeric ID of the license.

State

Valid—The installed license key is valid.

Invalid—The installed license key is not valid.

Version

Numeric version number of the license key.

Group

If the license defines a group license, this field displays the group definition.

If the license requires a group license, this field displays the required group definition.

Note: Because group licenses are currently unsupported, this field is always blank.

Enabled Features

Name of the feature that is enabled with the particular license.

Expiry

Verify tha the expiration information for the license is correct.

For Junos OS, only permanent licenses are supported. If a license has expired, it is shown as invalid.

Adding New Licenses with the J-Web Interface

To add a new license key with the J-Web license manager:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Maintain>Licenses.
  2. Under Installed Licenses, click Add to add a new license key.
  3. Do one of the following, using a blank line to separate multiple license keys:
    • In the License File URL box, type the full URL to the destination file containing the license key to be added. Use this option to send a subscription-based license key entitlement (such as UTM) to the Juniper Networks licensing server for authorization. If authorized, the server downloads the license to the device and activates it.
    • In the License Key Text box, paste the license key text, in plain-text format, for the license to be added. Use this option to activate a perpetual license directly on the device. (Most feature licenses are perpetual.)
  4. Click OK to add the license key.

    If you added the SRX100 Memory Upgrade license, the device reboots immediately and comes back up as a high-memory device.

Deleting Licenses with the J-Web Interface

To delete one or more license keys with the J-Web license manager:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Maintain>Licenses.
  2. Select the check box of the license or licenses you want to delete.
  3. Click Delete.

    If you deleted the SRX100 Memory Upgrade license, the device reboots immediately and comes back up as a low-memory device.

Displaying License Keys with the J-Web interface

To display the license keys installed on the device with the J-Web license manager:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Maintain>Licenses.
  2. Under Installed Licenses, click Display Keys to display all the license keys installed on the device.

    A screen displaying the license keys in text format appears. Multiple licenses are separated by a blank line.

Downloading Licenses with the J-Web Interface

To download the license keys installed on the device with the J-Web license manager:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Maintain>Licenses.
  2. Under Installed Licenses, click Download Keys to download all the license keys installed on the device to a single file.
  3. Select Save it to disk and specify the file to which the license keys are to be written.

Software Feature Licenses

Each feature license is tied to exactly one software feature, and that license is valid for exactly one device. Table 199 describes the Junos OS features that require licenses.

Table 199: Junos OS Services Feature Licenses

Junos OS License Requirements

Device

Feature

J Series

SRX100

SRX210

SRX220

SRX240

SRX650

SRX1000 line

SRX3000 line

SRX5000 line

Access Manager

 

X

 

X

Application Acceleration

X *

X *

X *

X *

BGP Route Reflectors

X

 

X

 

X

X

IDP Signature Update

X

X *

X *

X *

X *

X

X

X

X

Application Signature Update (Application Identification)      

X

X

X

Juniper-Kaspersky Anti-Virus

X

X

X

X

X

X

   
Juniper-Sophos Anti-Spam

X

X

X

X

X

X

   
Juniper-Websense Integrated Web Filtering

X

X

X

X

X

X

   
SRX100 Memory Upgrade

X

 

UTM

X

 

X *

 

X *

X

* Indicates support on high-memory devices only