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  • Support for EX4400 switches (EX Series)—Starting in Junos OS Release 22.3R1, you can configure, monitor, and manage EX4400 switches by using J-Web. To configure the EX4400 switch, you must connect the Ethernet cable from the PC's Ethernet port to the port labeled CON on the switch's rear panel. The chassis viewer on the Dashboard page supports both the standalone device view and the Virtual Chassis configuration view (graphical view of each member switch).

    [See Dashboard for EX Series Switches and Connecting and Configuring an EX Series Switch (J-Web Procedure).]

  • Support for role-based access control (SRX Series)—Starting in Junos OS Release 22.3R1, J-Web supports users’ authentication and authorization based on their roles. When root, tenant, or logical-system users log in to J-Web, their roles and access permissions determine the J-Web menus they can access and the tasks they can perform. For logical system and tenant users, the J-Web UI does not display menus for the restricted features.

    [See About the Roles Page and Edit a Logical System.]

  • Support for metadata streaming, DNS security, and ETI (SRX Series)—Starting in Junos OS Release 22.3R1, J-Web supports:
    • Encrypted traffic insights (ETI), which help you detect malicious threats that are hidden in encrypted traffic without intercepting and decrypting the traffic.

    • DNS Domain Generation Algorithm (DGA) detection, which facilitates in-line DNS query blocking and sinkholing on your security devices.

    • Security metadata streaming policy, which helps security devices to send the metadata and connection patterns of a network to Juniper ATP Cloud.

    [See Monitor DNS Security, Monitor Encrypted Traffic Insights, Metadata Streaming Policy, Metadata Streaming Profile, and Configure DNS Sinkhole.]