Zach Gibbs, Content Developer, Juniper Networks

Configuring Juniper Secure Connect: CLI

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Slide of network topology with a heading of “Configuring Juniper Secure Connect: CLI.” The left side shows a Remote Worker icon, an Internet cloud, a server icon, and a branch icon. Text says, “Remote Worker, Internet, Untrust Zone, vSRX-1, User Zone, Server Zone, Server-1, and Branch. Right side has a bullet list that says, “Criteria for example, User the CLI to configure Juniper Secure Connect, Use local authentication, Remote workers, Need to access Server-1, Should not be able to access devices in the Users zone.”

Juniper Learning Bytes: How to configure Secure Connect using Junos CLI

New to Juniper Secure Connect? Then you’ll want to check out this Learning Byte with Juniper’s Zach Gibbs to see firsthand how to configure it using the Junos CLI. This is part one. 

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You’ll learn

  • Criteria for the setup, including local authentication and remote workers 

  • How to tell the SRX-1 device to use the certificate for web management 

  • Configure a net policy for VPN traffic coming from remote worker 

Who is this for?

Network Professionals Security Professionals


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Zach Gibbs
Content Developer, Juniper Networks