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About the Devices Page

To access this page, click SRX > Device Management > Devices.

The Devices page displays a list of devices managed by Juniper Security Director Cloud. You can view information about the device, such as the software release version, the platform, and various status indicators. You can also view the device inventory details, rollback to a configuration version, resynchronize or reboot a device, and upgrade a device.

To manage devices using Juniper Security Director Cloud, you must first add the devices to Juniper Security Director Cloud. After you add your devices, you can manage the devices using the Devices page.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • Add devices to Juniper Security Director Cloud. See Add Devices to Juniper Security Director Cloud.
  • Subscribe your devices to multiple subscriptions. See Manage Subscriptions for Your Device.
  • Delete a device from Juniper Security Director Cloud. See Delete a Device From Juniper Security Director Cloud.
  • View the details of a device. Select a device, and click More > Detail. The details of the device is displayed in a panel on the right side of the page. See Table 2.
  • View the device inventory information. Select a device, and click More > View Inventory. The device inventory page opens displaying the device discovery. See Table 3.
  • Add a physical interface on the device. See Add a Physical Interface on the Device
  • Configure a security zone for the device. See Configure a Security Zone For the Device
  • Add feature licenses for a device. See Add a License to a Device
  • Import local certificates and CA certificates into your devices. See Import a Device Certificate
  • Resynchronize a device with Juniper Security Director Cloud. See Resynchronize a Device with Juniper Security Director Cloud
  • View the active configuration of a device. Select a device, and click More > View Active Configuration. The Active Configuration page opens displaying the active configuration of the device.
  • View configuration versions of a device. See Manage Configuration Versions.
  • Reboot a device. See Reboot a Device.
  • Upgrade a device. See Upgrade a Device.
  • Export device information as a CSV file that can be opened and edited using an application such as Microsoft Excel. Click More > Export as CSV.
  • Export the device inventory information as a zipped file. Click More > Export Inventory.
  • Enable security logging for a device or device cluster. See Enable Security Logs.
  • Show or hide columns about a device. Click the Show/Hide columns icon in the top-right corner of the page and select the columns to view on the page.
  • Filter information based on select criteria. You can add filters, save the filters, and set any of the filters as default. To add a filter:

    1. Click the filter icon on the top-right corner of the page, and select Add Filter to open the Add Criteria page.
    2. Set the filter conditions, and click Add.

    The filter is saved and the filter is applied on the data. You can save the filter. You can also mark one filter as the default filter.

    To remove the filter, click the filter icon, and select Hide Filter.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the fields on the Devices page.

Table 1: Fields on the Devices Page

Fields

Description

Host Name

Displays the name of the device.

OS Version

Displays the operating system firmware version running on the device

This field displays Unknown for devices that are not managed using Juniper Security Director Cloud.

Platform

Displays the model number of the device.

For devices that are not managed using Juniper Security Director Cloud, the platform details are discovered through SNMP. If the platform details cannot be discovered, the field displays Unknown.

Subscriptions

Displays the subscriptions to which the device is subscribed.

  • Displays Trial Subscription if you have subscribed the device to the trial subscription.
  • Displays No Subscription if you have not yet subscribed the device to any subscriptions.

Connection Status

Displays the following connection statuses of devices in Juniper Security Director Cloud:

  • Up—The device is connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.

  • Down—The device is not connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.

  • Discovery Not Initiated—The device is added to the device list on the Devices page, but is not added completely. To complete adding the device, click Adopt Device, and follow the instructions in Add Devices or Device Clusters Using Commands.

  • Discovery Failed—There was an error during the device discovery process or while adding the device to Juniper Security Director Cloud. You can view the reason for the failure when you hover your mouse cursor over the Discovery Failed status.

Configuration Status

Displays the current state of the device configuration:

  • Unknown—The device status is unknown to Juniper Security Director Cloud. The device is either not connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud or is down.
  • In Sync—The device is connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.
  • Out of Sync—The device is not connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.
  • Sync in Progress—The device is being synchronized to Juniper Security Director Cloud after the device is added or upgraded.

Device Health Status

Displays the resources used by the device, such as CPU processing power, memory, and storage.

The health status is displayed only for devices with subscriptions. The status of the device is color-coded.

  • Green indicates a healthy device with resource usage below 50%.

  • Orange indicates warnings with resource usage reaching 50% to 80%.

  • Red indicates errors and heavy resource usage above 80%.

Table 2 describes the fields on the Device Details pane.

Table 2: Fields on the Device Details Pane

Fields

Description

Basic Information

Host Name

Displays the name of the device.

OS Version

Displays the operating system firmware version running on the device.

This field displays Unknown for devices that are not managed using Juniper Security Director Cloud.

Family

Displays the device family of the selected device.

For devices that are not managed using Juniper Security Director Cloud, the family is the same as the provided vendor name. The field displays Unknown if the vendor name is not available and if SNMP is not used or has failed.

Platform

Displays the model number of the device.

For devices that are not managed using Juniper Security Director Cloud, the platform details are discovered through SNMP. If the platform details cannot be discovered, the field displays Unknown.

Serial Number

The serial number of the device chassis.

This field displays Unknown for devices that are not managed using Juniper Security Director Cloud.

Status Information

Connection Status

Displays the connection status of the device in Juniper Security Director Cloud.

  • Up—The device is connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.

  • Down—The device is not connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.

  • Discovery Failed—There was an error during device discovery or adding to Juniper Security Director Cloud. You can see the reason for the failure when you hover your mouse cursor over the Discovery Failed status.

Configuration Status

Displays the current state of the device configuration.

  • Unknown—The device status is unknown to Juniper Security Director Cloud. The device is either not connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud or is down.
  • In Sync—The device is connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.
  • Out of Sync—The device is not connected to Juniper Security Director Cloud.
  • Sync in Progress—The device is being resynchronized to Juniper Security Director Cloud after the device is added or upgraded.
Additional Details

ZTP

Displays the status of the device added using zero-touch provisioning (ZTP).

Table 3 describes the fields on the Device Inventory page.

Table 3: Fields on the Device Inventory Page

Fields

Description

Overview

Chassis

Displays the port usage and health status of hardware devices.

Port Count by Status

Displays the operational status of the interface port of the devices currently being managed by Juniper Security Director Cloud.

Device Details

Displays device details.

See Table 2.

Additional Details

Displays the status of devices added using ZTP.

Resource Utiliziation

Displays the storage resources used by each device.

Inventory - Chassis

Module

Displays the module of the device.

Type

Displays the type of the device.

Model

Displays the model of the device.

Version

Displays the version of the device software.

Part Number

Displays the part number of the device.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the device.

Physical Interfaces

Displays standard information about physical interfaces connected to the device in the type-/fpc/pic/port format where type is the media type that identifies the network device. For example, ge-0/0/6.

Click View to go to the Interfaces tab.

Description

Displays an optional description for this interface configured on the device.

The description can be a text string that contains up to 512 characters. Longer strings are truncated to 512 characters. If there is no information, the column is empty.

Inventory - Interfaces

Include All

Displays the list of devices.

By default, only devices that are in Up and In Sync states are listed. Select Include All to list all the devices.

Interface Name

Displays the interface that the device uses to connect to Juniper Security Director Cloud.

MAC Address

Displays the MAC address of the physical interface.

Admin Status

Displays the administrative status of the interface, which can be Up or Down.

Operational Status

Displays the operational status of the interface, which can be Up or Down.

MTU

Displays the maximum transmission unit (MTU) size on the physical interface.

Speed

Displays the speed (mbps) at which the interface is running.

Link Type

Displays the link level type of the physical interface.

Logical Interfaces

Displays the link to the table of logical interfaces of the device.

Inventory - Licenses

License Name

Displays the name of the license associated with the device.

Version

Displays the version of the license.

State

Displays the status of the license, which can be Valid, Invalid, or Expired.

Only valid licenses are included in the license count calculation.

Validity Type

Displays the validity type of the license, which can be Trial, Count-down, or Data-based.

Start Date

Displays the start date of the licensed feature.

End Date

Displays the end date of the licensed feature.

Features

Displays the number of features associated with the license.

Click the link to view the licensed features.

Add License

The option to add licenses to the device.

See Add a License to a Device.

Inventory - Features

Feature Name

Displays the name of the licensed SKU or feature.

You can use Feature Name to look up the license with Juniper Networks.

Note:

Not all devices support Feature Name.

Description

Displays the description of the feature.

Used Count

Displays the number of times the feature is used.

For some types of licenses, the license count stays 1 even when the license might be used multiple times. For capacity-based license items, if infringement is supported, the license count might exceed the given count, which has a corresponding effect on the need count.

Installed Count

Displays the name of the devices with which the feature is associated.

Need Count

Displays the number of times the feature is used without a license.

Not all devices can provide this information.

Validity Type

Displays the validity type of the feature, which can be Trial, Count-down, or Data-based.

Licenses

Displays the number of times an item has been licensed.

The total number might include the license usage from more than one licensed SKU or feature. For some types of licenses, the license count might stay 1 even though the license might be used multiple times.

Inventory - Certificates

Certificate ID

Displays the unique identification of the certificate.

Issuer Organization

Displays the details of the organization that issued the certificate.

Status

Displays the expiration status of the certificate:

  • If you set the certificate to be renewed automatically, the status displayed depends on the renewal period selected from the Edit Certificate Settings page.

    For example, if you select the renewal period as 1 month, the Status field displays Less than 1 month before expiry

  • If you set the certificate to be manually renewed, the status displayed depends on the expiration notification time for the certificate. For example, Less than 2 weeks before expiry

  • If the expiration date of the certificate does not meet the expiration notification time yet, the Status field displays

  • If the certificate has expired, the Status field displays Expired

Expiry Date

Displays the date and time when the certificate expires.

Encryption Type

Displays the type of the certificate:

  • Root certificate
  • Trusted certificate

Import

The option to import certificates into the device.

See Import a Device Certificate.

Inventory - Software

Software Name

Displays the name of the installed software package.

State Type

Displays the type of the software package.

Software Description

Displays the description of the software package.

Version

Displays the version number of the installed software package.

Inventory - Security Packages

Name

Displays the name of the currently installed security package.

Version

Displays the currently installed security package version.

License

Displays the number of licenses associated with the security package.

Click the link to see the details of the licenses.

Configuration Template

Name

Displays the name of the configuration template.

Deployment Status

Displays the deployment status of the configuration template, which can be No configuration, Ready to deploy, or Deployed.

Deployment Date

Displays the date on which the configuration template was deployed.

Description

Displays the description of the configuration template.

Validation

Displays the status of the configuration templates validation job, which can be Success, Failed, or In-progress.

This field is temporarily populated when you click Validate on the Configuration Template page.

Configuration
Physical Interfaces

Interface Name

Displays the interface that the device uses to connect to Juniper Security Director Cloud.

MTU

Displays the maximum transmission unit (MTU) size on the physical interface.

Description

Displays the description of the physical interface.

Logical Interfaces

Displays the link to the table of logical interfaces of the device.

Config State

Displays the status of the device.

Config Version

Displays the configuration version of the device.

Zones

Name

Displays the source zone of the device.

Interfaces

Displays the link to the table of logical interfaces of the device.

Config State

Displays the status of the device.

Description

Displays the configuration version of the device.