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Create an Adaptive Threat Profiling Feed

Use this page to add a new adaptive threat profiling feed.

To add a new adaptive threat profiling feed:

  1. Select Configure > Adaptive Threat Profiling.

    The Adaptive Threat Profiling page appears.

  2. Click the plus sign (+).

    The Add New Feed page appears as shown in Figure 1.

    Figure 1: Add New Feed SettingsAdd New Feed Settings
  3. Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in the Table 1.
  4. Click OK to save the changes.
Table 1: Add New Feed Settings



Feed Name

Enter a unique name for the threat feed. The feed name must begin with an alpha-numeric character and can include letters, numbers, and underscores; no spaces are allowed. The length is 8–63 characters.


Select the content type of the feed. The following options are available:

  • IP

  • User ID

Data Source

The data source (User Policy) of the feed is auto-selected. You cannot modify this field.

Time to Live

Enter the number of days for the required feed entry to be active. After the feed entry crosses the time to live (TTL) value, the feed entry is automatically removed. The available range is 1–365 days.

Add to Infected Hosts

(Optional) Enable this setting to add the contents (for example, source or destination IP address) from this feed to the Infected host feed.


Currently, you can only add IP addresses to Infected host feed.

  • You can create a maximum of 64 feeds.

  • You can add all 64 feeds to infected host feeds.

  • After you create a feed, the same feed will be available for configuration on the Junos CLI.