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About the Interfaces Page

You are here: Network > Connectivity > Interfaces.

Use this page to view or configure the logical interfaces to switch to L2 or L3 mode. You can view the interfaces in the ways of interface type, interface state, or zone association.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the fields to view interface configuration on the Interfaces page.

  • J-Web supports IOC4 line cards for SRX5000 line of devices. You can also view the sub-ports details configured on any or all ports of the SRX5K-IOC4-MRATE line card.

  • J-Web supports Wi–Fi Mini-PIM for SRX320, SRX340, SRX345, and SRX550M devices. The physical interface for the Wi-Fi Mini-PIM uses the name wl-x/0/0, where x identifies the slot on the services gateway where the Mini-PIM is installed.

    You can also configure the wl-x/0/0 interface when adding a zone at Security Policies & Objects > Zones/Screens.

Table 1: View Interface Configuration Details on the Interfaces Page



Filter by

Select an option from the list to view the interfaces configuration details. The available options are:

  • Interface Type—Select an option to display the list of interfaces available on the device.

  • Interface State—Select an option to display the interfaces state of the device. The options are:

    • Admin Up

    • Link Up

    • Admin Up & Link Down

    • Admin Down

  • Zone Association—Select an option to display the list of available security zones.

Clear Filter

Clears the filter options that you have selected and displays all the interfaces.

Expand All

Expands the tree under the list of interfaces.

Global Options

To configure global setting for the interface ports:

  1. Click Global Options.

    The Global Options window appears.

  2. Enter the following details:

    • MAC table size—Enter the size of MAC address forwarding table.

    • MAC limit—Enter the maximum number of MAC addresses learned per interface.

      The range is 1 through 65,535.

    • Action—Select an option from the list for the action taken when MAC limit is reached. The options available are:

      • drop

      • drop-and-log

      • log

      • none

      • shutdown

Disable Interface

Disables the selected interface.

Enable Interface

Enables the selected disabled interface.

Table 2 describes the fields on the Interfaces page.

Table 2: Fields on the Interfaces Page




Displays the interface name.

Logical interfaces configured under this interface appear in a collapsible list under the physical interface.

Admin status

Displays the administrative status of the interface. Status can be either Up or Down.

Link Status

Displays the operational status of the link. Status can be either Up or Down.

IP Address

Displays the configured IP addresses.

Multiple IP addresses configured on one logical interface are displayed in a collapsible list under the logical interface.


Displays the VLAN ID.


VLAN ID is mandatory if the interface unit is higher than zero.


Displays the security zone with which this interface is associated.

Logical System/Tenant

Display the statistics information for the specified logical system or tenant.


Displays the Interface speed (10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps, or Auto).


Displays the interface description.